How to Handle Child Custody During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Co-parenting and child custody can already be challenging but when you couple that with the COVID-19 Pandemic, it takes stress and uncertainty to a whole other level.   So much has changed because of the pandemic.  Most day-care facilities remain … Continue reading

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Why You Should Consider a Postnuptial Agreement if You Didn’t Sign a Prenup

Most people are at least somewhat familiar with the idea of a prenuptial agreement. Basically, it is a contract into which prospective spouses enter before they take their vows. The agreement may cover a variety of subjects like child custody, … Continue reading

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How to Determine When to Get Divorced and When to Give it Another Shot

A moment arrives in nearly every marriage when at least one of the partners wonders if it's time to get divorced. Perhaps this moment has been a long time coming. Or, perhaps this moment arrives in a split second when … Continue reading

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How Divorce Can Have a Huge Impact on Your Retirement Savings

If you have a retirement account, there's a good chance that it's your largest asset. However, if you're considering a divorce, then you may be wondering if dissolving your marriage will damage your retirement savings. This depends upon the type … Continue reading

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How to Protect Your Business Financially During a Divorce

Are you a business owner who is considering divorce amongst the pandemic?  If so, you are not alone, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused a lot of stress and upheaval.   Whether that stress has been financial, emotional, or caused by other … Continue reading

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How to Handle Co-Parenting and Child Custody During the COVID-19 Pandemic

  Even prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, parenting was a challenge for separated or divorced couples; now with the COVID-19 pandemic, it is even more difficult to navigate.   There are some guidelines that you can follow to alleviate the … Continue reading

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How to Tackle the Biggest Divorce Challenge: Telling Your Children About Divorce

Telling your children about divorce is one of the most difficult situations to be put in; the hardest part is initially breaking the news of divorce to your children.   Follow the 5 tips below on telling your children about … Continue reading

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Options for Sending Your Children Back to School in New York

Are your kids planning to go back to school in New York? If so, then you may have choices with regard to what format that education will take. Here's a closer look at the most likely options. In-Person A limited … Continue reading

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There is a Way to Have a Simpler Divorce in New York

How long does it take to get divorced? If you follow celebrity gossip, then you may have the impression that getting divorced requires months, if not years, of legal wrangling. At the end of the process, both parties are physically, … Continue reading

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The Financial Aspects and Considerations of Divorce

Whether they are amicable or not, divorces are always messy. This is because disentangling the couple's combined financial and property interests rarely is easy. Who gets the house? Do you get to keep your 401(k)? How much is all of … Continue reading

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