Category: Family & Matrimonial Law

How Can I Protect My Assets During Divorce?

Divorce can create substantial emotional turmoil but may also pose significant financial risks, especially when it comes to the division of assets. If you are contemplating…

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How Do You Modify a Child Custody Order?

The bond between parents and children is hard to stretch and sometimes separate, making child custody one of the most difficult aspects to handle in any divorce. Oftentimes, in…

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Making Sure the “House” Wins: How Sports Gambling Can Negatively Impact Your Family Relationships

On the two-year anniversary of mobile sports wagering being allowed in New York State, Governor Kathy Hochul announced earlier this year that, in total, New York has collected…

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What You Need to Know About Alimony/Spousal Maintenance?

Often used interchangeably, the terms alimony and spousal maintenance both refer to different types of financial support paid by one spouse to another, during or following a…

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Grounds For Invalidating a Prenup In New York

Prenuptial agreements are legal contracts that outline the division of assets and responsibilities between spouses in the event of a divorce. While these agreements are generally…

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Mediation vs. Litigation: Choosing the Right Path For Your Divorce

Divorce is a life-altering event that creates a variety of challenges, not the least of which is deciding how to navigate the legal process. The emotional and financial stakes are…

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Filing for Divorce: An Explanation of the Automatic Court Orders

If you are considering filing for divorce, there are several automatic orders that you need to be aware of. Not only do you need to be aware of them for your own compliance, but…

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How To File for Divorce: Step-By-Step Guide

Going through a divorce can be a challenging and emotionally charged experience. If you find yourself at the crossroads of filing for divorce, having the confidence and knowledge…

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Things To Do When Filing for Divorce in New York

Filing for divorce in New York can be a complex and difficult process. To navigate this journey successfully, it’s important to understand the specific requirements and take…

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Necessity of No-Fault Divorce

In 2010, New York added the “no-fault” ground for divorce, otherwise known as DRL §170.7. The addition allowed for one spouse to seek a divorce based upon their statement…

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