Domestic Relations Acronyms You Should Know

Domestic Relations Acronyms You Should Know

When reading about domestic relations cases, you may come across a few acronyms that may be unfamiliar to you. Gathings Law Attorney, Kim Vice, talked about this in this week’s #TipOfTheWeek video. The 3 acronyms she mentioned were TRO, PFA, and GAL. TROs and PFAs are...
When Workers’ Compensation Isn’t Enough

When Workers’ Compensation Isn’t Enough

Your life can drastically change in the blink of an eye when you’re injured on the job. In an instant, your world can be turned upside-down. You could be unable to return work, incur hefty medical bills, and your family could be faced with financial uncertainty....
Grey Divorce

Grey Divorce

Over the years, there has been an increasing demographic trend of older couples seeking a divorce, often after many years of marriage. This kind of divorce is known as a grey divorce. These divorces are slightly different than a divorce involving a younger couple and...
5 Things To Consider Before Agreeing To A Divorce Settlement

5 Things To Consider Before Agreeing To A Divorce Settlement

In a divorce, reaching a settlement agreement can be a long process. Some spouses believe that they’re able to work out a divorce settlement that includes division of assets, child and spousal support, custody, and all other parenting decisions. But there are 5...
Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative Divorce

Just because you get a divorce doesn’t necessarily mean you have to go to court. There are other alternatives. In this week’s #TipOfTheWeek video, Gathings Law Senior Partner, Honora Gathings, talks about an alternative dispute resolution called collaborative divorce....
4 Tips For Staying Calm Throughout The Divorce Process

4 Tips For Staying Calm Throughout The Divorce Process

The divorce process can be extremely overwhelming and emotions can run high. However, it’s essential that you remain calm when going through a divorce for a number of reasons. Remaining calm and composed is critical to the outcome of your divorce. In this week’s...