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Family Law


What is the Difference Between Divorce, Dissolution and Legal Separation?

October 25, 2023
Many decisions must be considered when a marriage becomes a challenge. The reasons for this shift in relationship are innumerable for an individual, but under the law, an individual must meet specific requirements. And there are choices when partners are not entirely ready to end it all. Making decisions concerning a New York City divorce is...
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Tips for Navigating a High-Asset Divorce

October 10, 2023
Divorce is stressful, and uncertainty of the future can lead to overwhelm. Significant assets in a marriage may exist, complicating an already tense situation. How they will be divided is often unclear. Ensuring the guidance you receive to navigate a New York high-net-worth divorce is sound and unrelenting will help secure the most favorable outcome to...
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How Assets are Divided in New York 

September 25, 2023
When couples decide to divorce, it is natural for thoughts to turn to what each person will keep or retain after the dissolution is final. Each state determines how it will divide assets in a divorce, and New York uses an equitable distribution system. But what does this mean? Property Classification Property is classified...
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Common Financial Mistakes People Make During a Divorce

Divorces can be emotional and highly charged at times, permitting critical financial mistakes that have long-term effects on future financial stability. Taking a step back to gather a clear picture of your current financial status and future projections allows for rational decision-making when it matters most. Making these common financial mistakes during a divorce...
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Vacations and Child Custody in New York

June 10, 2023
Planning vacations as a divorced parent may require navigating multiple schedules to finalize a date. It may take the spontaneity out of travel but can be essential for your trip to occur. Understanding what is expected from each parent during vacations is vital to maintain a healthy relationship with your former spouse and benefit...
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What is a Temporary Restraining Order in New York

May 10, 2023
There might come a time when you need to file for a temporary restraining order (TRO) for issues that arise involving your children. The goal of a temporary restraining order is to prevent the subject of the order from interacting with you and/or your children. If approved by the court, the TRO will take...
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Common-Law Marriages in NY

January 28, 2020
Common-law marriage is the concept that if a couple lives together for long enough (some say seven years, although the defined amount of time varies from state or state or is not defined), they are automatically considered legally married and should be treated as such for tax purposes, next-of-kin situations, inheritance, and other legal...
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Grandparents’ Rights in NY

January 16, 2020
Child custody and visitation cases have a reputation for causing drama and contention. In an age where the stereotypical family model of a two-parent household is hardly the norm anymore, there may be a number of adult figures that have an interest in contributing to a child’s wellbeing. If you are a grandparent in...
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