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Learn Why Divorce Mediation May Be the Better Option Than a Litigated Divorce in Manhattan

Is going to court the best way to get divorced? Although dramatic courtroom proceedings frequently are depicted in films, this rarely is the best choice for couples who have decided to go their separate ways. A litigated divorce tends to … Continue reading

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Documentation Your Manhattan Divorce Attorney Will Need for Your Meeting

  If you are in the process of filing for divorce it is important to start preparing ahead of time. One of the best ways to prepare to meet with your Manhattan divorce attorney is to make sure that you … Continue reading

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How to Deal with Anger and Emotions During Divorce in New York

  Getting divorced is one of the most stressful life events.  It can trigger deep emotions and bring anger out.  The anger can arise from painful experiences with your soon-to-be-ex or even feeling threatened by your spouse.  Some couples opt … Continue reading

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A New York Ruling Could Keep Wealthy Couples from Shopping for Divorce Court Judges

A recent ruling from an appellate court may put an end to the long-standing habit of "forum shopping" in divorce matters. It's become common practice in New York for wealthy people seeking divorce to file the paperwork in a smaller, … Continue reading

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How to Get Full Custody of Your Children in New York

One of the most contentious matters in divorce cases is child custody. The parents want what's best for their children, and that's also the goal of the courts. In fact, judges are guided by the principle of the "best interests … Continue reading

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A Manhattan Divorce Mediator Shares the Stages of Divorce People Go Through

  Divorce is never easy and the loss of losing a loved one that you planned on spending your entire life with can be devastating. It can be extremely difficult to come to terms with divorce but sometimes there is … Continue reading

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Manhattan Mediator Explains How to Determine if You Should Get Divorced

Does the tension in your marriage build every day? At night, you toss and turn, trying to decide if it's time to say goodbye. Getting married was a momentous decision, and deciding to part is at least as critical. Here … Continue reading

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How to Prepare for a Virtual Divorce Mediation in Manhattan 

To keep the divorce process moving along, you have decided to use virtual divorce mediation services. This is a great idea for couples that are interested in finalizing their divorces as soon as possible but are still having trouble making … Continue reading

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A Manhattan Divorce Mediator Shares the Importance of Co-Parenting Effectively

When children are involved in a divorce, both parents need to come together to co-parent.  Children need both of their parents, and it is essential to their well-being to have both parents actively participate in the co-parenting process. A Manhattan … Continue reading

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How to Manage Co-Parenting in New York with a Narcissistic Ex-Spouse

Maybe you decided to divorce your spouse because they had quite the personality.  A personality that can be defined as narcissistic.  Narcissistic personalities are very difficult to handle for several reasons.  For one, they only think of themselves and their … Continue reading

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