Understanding False Pretenses


When you decide that the person that you are with is the person that you want to spend the rest of your life with, you are doing so based on the fact that you know as much information about the person as possible and accept


Can the Divorce Experience Change?

As the marital discord begins to become too much and the discussion of divorce becomes louder and louder as a possibility in your near future, you tend to begin to think about those that you know who have gone through the divorce experience. You hear


Men’s Divorce Podcast: Taking Advantage of Mediation


Each month, the Cordell & Cordell Men’s Divorce Podcast features an in-depth discussion on specific issues that affect men going through divorce.  This month, Cordell & Cordell Managing Partner/CEO Scott Trout is joined by Cordell & Cordell attorneys Tammy Repaso and William Halaz to break down


Navigating Horses and Divorces

In a divorce, assets are valued and divided. Monetary value can be placed on an asset without the emotional attachment that can often murky the list of priorities for what an individual wants out of their divorce settlement. The emotional attachment can be understandable, especially