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Divorce Mediation vs. Litigation in New York: What's Right for You?
Divorce Mediation vs. Litigation in New York: What's Right for You?

Divorce is never easy, especially when there are complex financial arrangements such as properties, investments, business ownerships, and trust funds involved. Divorce mediation often provides a less stressful process for many spouses who are parting ways, but it's not for ...

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Blog posts in August, 2017

  • How New York Courts Divide Assets and Debts During a Divorce

    Asset Division in Divorce Divorce means much more than a couple parting ways. You and your soon-to-be ex-spouse share much of your possessions - from ...

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  • What Is a No Fault Divorce?

    No-Fault Divorce The dissolution of a marriage is never a pleasant undertaking, regardless of the circumstances. Even the most amicable divorce ...

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  • How Is Alimony Determined?

    What Is Spousal Maintenance? In New York divorce law, spousal maintenance (formerly referred to as "alimony") is the process by which the ...

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  • Helpful Suggestions For Handling Your Divorce: Part VIII

    Never look back, only forward. For most people life does not end with a divorce . Rather, it is the beginning of a new life upon which you (hopefully) ...

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  • How Long Does It Take To Get A Divorce in New York?

    One of most common questions divorce lawyers the in New York get is how long it takes to get a divorce. The answer is always the same. It depends on ...

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  • Helpful Suggestions For Handling Your Divorce: Part II

    Keep and write a diary of each days expenses (save and organize all receipts). You must know how much it costs you to live, whether a man or a woman, ...

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  • Helpful Suggestions For Handling Your Divorce: Part IV

    Never believe the threats of your spouse. They are designed to frighten you into accepting less of a financial settlement and otherwise make you ...

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  • Helpful Suggestions For Handling Your Divorce: Part I

    Never discuss the facts of your case or the philosophy or theory of your case with your spouse, his or her relatives or family members, including ...

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  • Helpful Suggestions For Handling Your Divorce: Part III

    Never use children as pawns or go-betweens Family Court IS full of children from so-called broken homes charged with juvenile offenses ranging from ...

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