In the Sarnacki Law Firm blog, we discuss everything related to divorce and family law, including child support, alimony, parenting time, property division, litigation, mediation, collaborative divorce, and so much more. Whether you’re just considering getting a divorce or currently undergoing the process, our Grand Rapids law firm can provide you with tips, case studies, articles, advice and other resources to help you navigate this trying time in your life. Dave Sarnacki Esquire has been providing Grand Rapids, Michigan with creative and effective divorce representation for nearly three decades, and he is committed to helping his clients achieve the outcome they desire. Get in touch with Sarnacki Law Firm today to schedule an initial consultation.

  1. Income and Asset Discovery: Zuckerman’s Tax Return

    “The United States has a system of taxation by confession.” --Hugo Black “Rich bachelors should be heavily taxed. It is not fair that some men should be happier than others.” --Oscar Wilde Cashflow, cash basis, capital gain, inventory, income, gross receipts, profit, accounts receivable, ali…Read More

  2. This Rather Lengthy Tome: Stephen Easton’s Attacking Adverse Experts

    The record is redolent with familiar dogmatic assertions by experts equally confident of contradictory contentions. --Justice Felix Frankfurter (Railroad Comm'n v. Rowan & Nichols Oil Co., 310 U.S. 573, 583 (1940)). Stephen Easton is a civil trial attorney, and civil trial attorneys encounter ex…Read More

  3. This is Not a Conversation: Daniel Small’s Preparing Witnesses, 3rd Edition

    Col. Jessep: You want answers? Kaffee: I think I'm entitled. Col. Jessep: You want answers? Kaffee: I want the truth! Col. Jessep: You can’t handle the truth! --A Few Good Men (1992) To be clear, Daniel Small’s Preparing Witnesses honors the fundamental principle that a witness always tell the t…Read More

  4. Welcome to Sarnacki Law Firm!

    Divorce and family law can present the toughest challenges for clients and lawyers alike. Often, the parties involved are hurting, angry, unhappy, and afraid. Emotions run high, and a trusted third-party is required to bring some calm to the swirling storm. David Sarnacki concentrates his practice o…Read More