Dishon & Block in the Media
- Beware of the Pitfalls of Estate Planning During a Divorce
Los Angeles Daily Journal – by Aaron Dishon and Marc Garelick. Individuals going through a divorce oftentimes do not consider the need to revisit their estate plan and take immediate steps to prevent their assets from being inherited by their estranged spouse during the pendency of a divorce case.
- Aaron Dishon Awarded 2012 Top Lawyer
For the second consecutive year, Aaron Dishon, of Dishon & Block, was named a 2012 Top Lawyer by Churm Media’s OC Metro Magazine.
Earning recognition as a top attorney fuels Dishon and Block’s passion and commitment to provide our clients with expert personalized service in family legal affairs.
For the second consecutive year, Aaron Dishon, of Dishon & Block, was named a 2012 Top Lawyer by Churm Media’s OC Metro magazine. As founder and senior partner at Dishon & Block, he is a recognized expert in matters pertaining to divorce, custody, child and spousal support, and high net worth cases.
- Aaron Dishon Is Awarded Martindale-Hubbell
Senior Partner Aaron Dishon of Dishon & Block, a six-attorney matrimonial law firm with offices in Irvine and Century City, Calif., recently received an AV® Preeminent™ rating from Martindale-Hubbell. Awarded by attorneys and judges with personal knowledge of Dishon’s casework and ethical standards, the AV® Preeminent™ rating is the highest level of professional excellence attainable.
“I am honored to receive this recognition from such a recognized company in our industry,” said Dishon. “This preeminent rating will inspire all of us at Dishon & Block to continue successfully meeting the needs of our clients in the most efficient and effective manner.”
- Dishon & Block Launches California Child and Spousal Support App
Dishon & Block, a six-attorney matrimonial law firm with offices in Irvine and Century City, Calif., recently launched California’s first free iPhone and iPad app to calculate child and spousal support. The “California Child & Spousal Support Guideline Calculator” allows those who are separated, divorced or considering divorce to easily run financial calculations without turning to an attorney for help, saving California residents hundreds of dollars.
- How Social Media, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Geotagging Can Undermine Your Divorce
The digital lifestyle can have negative consequences and one of which is this: You can sabotage your own divorce case if you aren’t careful about posting on social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and even the up-and-coming iPhone app, Instagram.
In fact, the AmericanAcademyof Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) recently released a study that showed more than 80 percent of divorce attorneys have used social media posts (also known as “social networking”) as evidence in divorce court cases in the past six years.
Yes, divorce lawyers all over the country are, more and more, sharing Facebook posts, Twitter tweets and Instagram pics and captions in the courtroom. These “snapshots” into the life of your soon-to-be ex spouse have exposed extramarital affairs and outright lies that can affect everything from spousal support (alimony) to the time your allowed to spend with your children.
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