Relationships

Mar.5.2020

5 Tax Musings from a Family Law Attorney

By Tonya Smith I’m not a tax lawyer. I’m a family law attorney. That said, I have to know a thing or two about tax – and love and money – in order to counsel my clients. As we’re in...

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Jan.16.2020 Mia Taylor

As quoted in MSN Money: Can you get a prenup after you’re married?

It’s not exactly romantic to think about creating a prenuptial agreement when embarking on a new marriage. Planning the honeymoon, picking out the wedding cake and designing the invitations — yes, plenty of fun. Outlining the parameters of a potential separation,...

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Dec.2.2019

Dear Santa: Please Bring Games – Lots and Lots of Games

By Tonya Graser Smith Each family embraces certain winter holiday traditions. Lighting candles. Baking cookies. Watching “A Christmas Story” or “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.” The tradition we’re cultivating in the Smith household: Spending less time on screens and more time...

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Nov.20.2019

Finding Gratitude this Thanksgiving in the Non-Traditional – like Frozen Pizza and Pajamas

By Kate Kovats Newly separated or divorced might not sound like a recipe for a great Thanksgiving. I promise you it can be – even if you are missing family traditions or it’s the first time you won’t be with...

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Oct.21.2019

Don’t ‘Fall’ for the Pumpkin Spice Divorce

By Tonya Graser Smith Now that fall is here, I thought it would be seasonally appropriate to talk about what I call the “pumpkin spice divorce.” Pumpkin spice isn’t just for lattes anymore. There’s pumpkin spice everything – beer, candles,...

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