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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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Relocating With Your Child After a New York Divorce

Sometimes after a divorce, circumstances change, and you might find yourself thinking about moving — perhaps a considerable distance away. Perhaps the relocation is to further a career opportunity, to be closer to family or simply to change your lifestyle. However, if you have custody of a minor child, the logistics of relocating are more Read More

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How Domestic Violence Can Affect Property Division in a Divorce

Divorce can be a very stressful experience, especially as it relates to the division of marital property. When a couple divorces in New York, unless the parties agree otherwise, the court will divide their property in a way that is fair to both spouses, which is known as equitable distribution. In order to decide what Read More

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Who Gets the Pets in a New York Divorce?

Even when both parties agree to a divorce, it can be a stressful and combative process, and decisions about who gets the pets can add to the friction. For many people, pets are like their children and contests over possession become akin to custody battles. Historically, in the state of New York, pets were largely Read More

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