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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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  • Is it Possible to Cancel Your Prenuptial Agreement?

    Can You Cancel a Prenup? Most people aren't thinking of divorce as they walk down the aisle on their wedding day. Yet, roughly half of all marriages ...

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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 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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  • Non-Biological and Non-Adoptive Parent May Have Standing To Seek Custody

    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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  • 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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