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A New York Divorce – What to Expect


The divorce laws in New York differ in notable ways from those found in other states. These variations may affect the outcome of your case and determine in what manner you should file it in court. You can take the best course of action to get the decision you prefer rendered by knowing what these… Read more »

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A Divorced Parent’s New Year’s Resolutions


A Divorced Parent’s New Year’s Resolutions When you’re a divorced parent, you see things differently. As the year comes to a close, it’s common to make New Year’s Resolutions, but as a divorced parent, your goals and struggles are unique. Here are four ideas for New Year’s resolutions for divorced parents from the Law Office… Read more »

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How to plan for Custody during Christmas Vacation


The holidays should be a time of bliss and joy for your entire family. However, when you have recently gone through a divorce or separation, this joyful time of year can quickly turn into a nightmare as you battle it out over the custody of your children. You can head off unpleasant arguments this season… Read more »

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Who Gets the Kids for Christmas?


The holidays can be a stressful time for anyone, but for those dealing with custody issues, it can seem almost unbearable. Every parent wants to spend that special time with their children, making memories that will last a lifetime. Having a custody agreement in place before the holidays is so important, not only for you,… Read more »

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What’s Not Included in A Prenup


What’s Not Included in A Prenup A prenuptial agreement is signed by a couple before they get married. It states how property and assets will be divided if they get a divorce. A prenup is designed to make it easier if a couple decide to separate. However, there are several things that cannot be included… Read more »

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Creating A Prenup- How to Protect your Assets


Creating A Prenup- How to Protect your Assets There are many reasons for having a prenuptial agreement: you might be a single parent who wishes to protect their child’s inheritance or savings, or you want to ensure that a family home remains in your family, regardless of what happens with your marriage.     Things… Read more »

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How A Gray Divorce Differs


How A Gray Divorce Differs Over the last two decades the divorce rate has dropped in nearly every age bracket. However, those who are fifty and older have seen their divorce rate double over this same time period. Referred to as a “gray divorce” these couples have usually been married for over 25 years and… Read more »

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The Role Social Media Plays in a Divorce


The Role Social Media Plays in a Divorce Social media can play a huge role in divorce. It can lead to divorce, and it can change the outcome of a divorce. Social media leads to divorce Social media does not always lead to divorce, of course. However, it does make it easier to connect with… Read more »

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Why you need an attorney if you are thinking of filing for divorce


Filing for divorce is not an easy decision to make. It can take a lot of courage to move forward, especially when couples have been married for a long time. This is often a very difficult time for most people, as they may be unsure if divorce is the right choice in their situation. Some… Read more »

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Why using social media sites is a bad idea during your divorce


Nearly every person has an account with some type of social media service. People are increasingly relying upon these platforms to communicate with friends and relatives on a large scale. News can be passed along much more quickly, making it much easier to stay in touch. For couples going through a divorce, the use of… Read more »

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