What If Co-Parenting Doesn’t Work?
September 30th, 2023
Co-parenting takes place when parents share responsibilities in caring for and raising their child even though they do not live together. The goal is to provide a stable, supportive parenting relationship that is focused on what is in the child's best interests.
Common Myths & Misconceptions About Family Law and Divorce
August 9th, 2023
Whether you are considering a divorce, in the middle of divorce or custody litigation, or navigating other family law issues, having a basic understanding of New York divorce and family law can simplify the process and help you navigate it more successfully. There are many myths and misconceptions out there, making it difficult for someone who is not an attorney to know what is true.
What Does Not Go in a Prenup?
July 6th, 2023
A prenup, or a prenuptial agreement, is a legal contract which two individuals enter into prior to their marriage. This agreement outlines the property rights, financial entitlements, and responsibilities of each spouse in the event of a divorce or death. The purpose of a prenup is to provide both parties with a clear understanding of how their assets (and debts, if any) will be divided under those circumstances.
How to Protect Your Privacy During a Divorce
June 6th, 2023
We live in a digital world where it has become easier for people to access our private information. This lack of privacy can be particularly tough for those going through a divorce. In some cases, one party may try to access the other party’s information to gain an advantage during the divorce process. Fortunately, maintaining privacy is possible.
Dos and Don’ts of Getting Divorced
May 3, 2023
When going through divorce, tensions often run high and couples can make poor decisions in the heat of the moment. Let’s take a closer look at the do’s and don’ts of getting a divorce in order to minimize the stress and conflict that accompanies the process.
Parallel Parenting vs. Co-parenting – How Do the Two Differ?
Returning to your former last name following a divorce in New York
Why is January “Divorce Month”?
January 17, 2023
January is known as "Divorce Month" due to the many couples initiating divorces. This may be due to couples waiting until after the holidays to avoid disrupting family celebrations, especially those with young children.
Finding a Quality Mediator
Tips for Divorced Parents on Getting Through the Holidays
Can a 50/50 Custody Agreement Save Your Marriage?
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Litigation, Mediation, and Collaborative Law
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What You Should Know About Prenuptial Agreements
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