By Randy S. Margulis | Published November 26, 2012 | | |
The process of finalizing a divorce takes months, in the best-case scenario, and often drags on for a year or more. Both parties are now responsible for supporting two households on the same income that used to support one. If one spouse made less than 50% of the joint income, or now has more than Read MoreRead More
At the outset of divorce, shifts in financial outlook are difficult to handle. Even as spouses separate, mortgage, utilities, and other bills still demand payment. Whether you are the higher- or lower-earning spouse, temporary financial support is an important feature on the divorce landscape. Called durational or periodic support, temporary support assists struggling spouses while Read MoreRead More
As a Buffalo divorce lawyer for 25 years, I have devoted myself to solving the problems that affect families throughout the Buffalo metropolitan area and Western New York. As a family law attorney, I make it my goal to create a partnership of trust with my clients. People put their trust in me to handle cases that can potentially have a long-lasting impact on not only their lives, but the lives of their family as well.