Experienced attorney Michael Bouldin discusses retainer agreements and consultation fees in this blog.
Gift a Divorce
Divorce attorney Michael Bouldin discusses the idea of helping a family member with payment of retainer or other legal fees as alternative to traditional gift. Unique gifts show caring and legal representation can benefit families going through a divorce.
Divorcing an Alcoholic
Divorce attorney Michael Bouldin discusses dealing with concerns of alcohol abuse in proceeding with divorce and custodial issues which arise.
Divorcing a Narcissist
When going through a divorce dealing with personality disorders, and narcissist in particular, can be very difficult. Michael Bouldin has history in dealing with difficult clients as well as ex-spouses and can give practical advice on resolution. There is no magic formula, but understanding the personality traits can often lead to better communication and a successful divorce.
How To Calculate Spousal Support in Ohio
When calculating alimony in Ohio, there are a number of factors to consider. Divorce attorney Michael Bouldin outlines all factors, including those most often significant in determination of spousal support. There is no formula in Ohio for calculation of spousal support.
Is There a Simple Divorce?
NKy divorce attorney Michael Bouldin discusses concept of simple divorces and option for flat fee cases if uncontested.
How To Start a Divorce
Perhaps the most difficult part of divorce is beginning the process. Making the initial decision is wrapped in financial, emotional, mental, and practical considerations. Should I move out? Can I afford divorce? Do I still love my spouse? What about the children? What...
Divorce & Covid-19
Northern Kentucky divorce attorney Michael Bouldin discusses filing for divorce despite corona virus pandemic. Call for consultation.
What is a De Facto Custodian?
A de facto custodian is latin term for someone who takes the place of a parent. In Kentucky law, if a person qualifies under the statute as a de facto custodian, they can then petition the courts for custody and begin on the same footing as a parent. Generally, a...
Divorce and Girlfriends
Having practiced divorce and family law for over 25 years, I am often asked about girlfriends, boyfriends and significant others. What if my wife finds out about my girlfriend? Being a no-fault divorce state, the reasons for the divorce/dissolution are irrelevant to...