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What to Do if Your Co-parent Violates Your Child Custody Rights

Co-parenting after divorce or separation is not without its challenges, even if both parents get along. But child custody arrangements can deteriorate rapidly when one parent violates the other’s rights. In New York, there is a public policy of encouraging a continued relationship between parents and children after a divorce or separation. This often means Read More

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Critical Factors in a High Net Worth Divorce

A New York divorce is considered “high net worth” if the couple has $1 million or more in net liquid assets that are subject to equitable distribution. Often, these couples also have ownership interests in other assets that are difficult to value and split. That alone can make a divorce more complicated, but because the Read More

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How Do Children’s Preferences Affect Decisions on Custody?

When parents going through divorce cannot agree on child custody, the decision will be made by a judge based on what is deemed to be in the best interest of the children. In New York, many factors go into that determination, including — in some cases — the preferences of the children themselves. Young children Read More

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Benefits and Drawbacks of Postnuptial Agreements

A postnuptial agreement is similar to a prenup, a popular way to decide money and property issues at the start of a marriage rather than leave them for resolution during a divorce. Postnups — created after the parties are married — work much the same as prenups, but they are subjected to a higher level Read More

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