Why the COVID-19 Pandemic is Causing More Divorces and Breakups

All of the quarantining that started back in March has been causing married couples to be forced to spend more time together.  While for some lucky couples, the extra time spent together can be a blessing and bring them closer … Continue reading

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5 Reasons Why a Toxic Marriage is More Harmful to Your Children Than Divorce

Is it better for your children for you to stay in a toxic marriage instead of getting a divorce? Research suggests that it nearly always is the most sensible for unhappy parents to go their separate ways. Let's take a … Continue reading

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Why Getting Divorced is Better Than Being in a Bad Marriage

Most people who come to the realization that they are unhappily married have agonized over whether or not getting divorced is the right option. It's a good idea to look for alternatives to divorce, like going to couples counseling or … Continue reading

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How to Negotiate a Prenup Like a Pro

It sometimes happens shortly after an engagement. In fact, that's the best time for one partner to suggest that they discuss the idea of a prenup. Why is it critical to talk about signing a prenup soon after the engagement? … Continue reading

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How to Negotiate a Child Custody Arrangement with Your Spouse

One of the reasons why many divorces are so challenging is because it's difficult for the soon-to-be former spouses to agree on a child custody arrangement. Without any question, both parents want what is best for their children. The court … Continue reading

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What You Should Know If You Are Considering Marriage During COVID-19 

The arrival of the Coronavirus has meant that many of life's events are being cancelled, postponed or reimagined. That is certainly the case where weddings are concerned.  Plans for lavish nuptials with hundreds of guests are on hold. While some … Continue reading

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5 Things You Can Do to Prepare for Divorce During COVID-19

New York has now been on quarantine for over 3 months and tensions between married couples are at an all-time high.  Being quarantined for over 3 months is stressful in itself; but when you combine that with an irritating spouse, … Continue reading

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How to Determine If Divorce is the Right Option During COVID-19

At first, you were excited about Zoom happy hours and not having to always go to places and get to take a break from the hustle and bustle.  Unfortunately, the reality is that by now, you are sick of Zoom … Continue reading

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Things to Consider Before Rushing Into a New York Remote Marriage Ceremony 

On April 19, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the issuance of an executive order that allows marriage services to be conducted by clerks via video conference. That's good news for couples who are anxious to begin their new life together, despite … Continue reading

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Parenting Tips for Quarantined Parents During COVID-19 Pandemic

 Being a parent is challenging at the best of times, and in recent weeks, parents and kids have been thrown together in unusual circumstances. Adults and children may be having difficulty coping, which means that parenting tips are even more … Continue reading

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