How Does Adultery Affect a New York Divorce?

If your spouse has committed adultery, you are very likely looking into your divorce options. You may also be wondering whether adultery can affect the outcome of a divorce. Read on to learn more about adultery and how it may impact a New York divorce. What Are New York’s Grounds for Divorce? Grounds are the […]

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Child Custody in New York | What to Know

A divorce can be a difficult and emotional process. Things become even more complicated when young children are involved. In fact, child custody is often the most contested matter of a divorce. Parents feel very strongly about what is best for their children, and it is easy to disagree. If you are getting a divorce, […]

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What You Need to Know About Mediated Divorce in Nassau County

When a couple gets divorced, it is often the case that they cannot agree on the terms of their divorce. Unfortunately, when a couple enters the contested divorce process, their assets are very often subjected to equitable distribution, which means that the court will essentially determine who gets which assets through litigation. The litigation process […]

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What Happens if My Former Spouse and I do Not Agree on Sending Our Child Back to School?

The coronavirus has ushered a new era of life for us all. Between physical illness, financial distress, and more, we are all presented with an unprecedented set of challenges. Unfortunately, one group of individuals who have had an extremely complicated last few months are divorced co-parents. Between balancing parenting time, raising children while working from […]

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