Alison Silber, Esq.

Licensed since 2011

Member at firm Law Offices of Alison Silber, PLLC

RECENT POSTS

  • Protecting Against a Break Down in Divorce Negotiations
    Posted on May 8, 2014
    Topic: Divorce

    I commend my clients who are determined to settle their divorces out of court.  I’ve mentioned the advantages of uncontested divorce many times on this blog.  The benefits include control over one’s divorce agreement, control over the timeline, control over the tone of the divorce, and control over the attorney’s fees.  That said, it’s important ... Read more

  • Transferring Divorce Counsel
    Posted on April 17, 2014
    Topic: Family Law

    If and when you decide to switch counsel on a matter, you will want to be sure the transition is smooth.  http://blog.silberfamilylaw.com/2014/04/17/transferring-a-case.aspx ... Read more

  • Tax Exemption Negotiations
    Posted on April 1, 2014
    Topic: Divorce

    Often in divorce, both parents want to claim the child(ren) as tax exemptions.  In your negotiation, consider these points: http://blog.silberfamilylaw.com/2014/04/01/tax-exemption-negotiations.aspx. ... Read more

Alison Silber, Esq.

Licensed since 2011

Member at firm Law Offices of Alison Silber, PLLC

RECENT POSTS

  • Protecting Against a Break Down in Divorce Negotiations
    Posted on May 8, 2014
    Topic: Divorce

    I commend my clients who are determined to settle their divorces out of court.  I’ve mentioned the advantages of uncontested divorce many times on this blog.  The benefits include control over one’s divorce agreement, control over the timeline, control over the tone of the divorce, and control over the attorney’s fees.  That said, it’s important ... Read more

  • Transferring Divorce Counsel
    Posted on April 17, 2014
    Topic: Family Law

    If and when you decide to switch counsel on a matter, you will want to be sure the transition is smooth.  http://blog.silberfamilylaw.com/2014/04/17/transferring-a-case.aspx ... Read more

  • Tax Exemption Negotiations
    Posted on April 1, 2014
    Topic: Divorce

    Often in divorce, both parents want to claim the child(ren) as tax exemptions.  In your negotiation, consider these points: http://blog.silberfamilylaw.com/2014/04/01/tax-exemption-negotiations.aspx. ... Read more