10 Ways to Keep Busy at Home During Stay at Home Orders       

At this point, practically the entire nation is on stay at home orders.  Staying at home is a new concept to many people who are so used to being out and about, socializing, going to work and running daily errands.  … Continue reading

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How to Negotiate House Rules During COVID-19 With Your Soon-to-Be Ex

Were you in the midst of contemplating divorce when COVID-19 hit? If so, then you may find yourself stuck at home with someone who's difficult to get along with. Fortunately, it's possible to negotiate house rules that will see you … Continue reading

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How to Avoid Quarantine Quarrels with Your Mate

While we all find ourselves practicing “social distancing” and under “stay at home” orders during the COVID19 pandemic, many couples are finding themselves confined to cohabitating in tight spaces 24 hours a day in an apartment, condo or home.    … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Will Impact How Attorneys and Courts Handle Business in New York

COVID-19 has turned life upside down in the U.S. and around the world. With all of the upheaval and uncertainty, everyday concerns tend to get lost in the shuffle. Still, for those families who are dealing with life's major events … Continue reading

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How to Cope With Staying Together Because of COVID-19

COVID-19 is forcing families around the world to change their definition of "togetherness." This concept is one that can be particularly challenging if it comes at a moment when spouses are considering ending their relationship or if a divorce is … Continue reading

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How to Bring Up the Delicate Topic of a Prenup to Your Fiancée

According to a survey conducted by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, more couples than ever before are signing a prenup before they say, "I do." Despite this prevalence, prenuptial agreements remain a touchy subject. Some people just feel that … Continue reading

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The Importance of Taking Care of Your Health During and After Divorce

Everyone knows that divorce can be one of the most stressful life events that one can go through.  Because the stress of divorce can take a toll on your mental and physical health; it is important to have a plan … Continue reading

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3 Reasons Why People Are Scared to Get Divorced and Put it Off

Divorce attorneys frequently discover that their clients have remained in bad marriages, sometimes for decades, because they fear the dissolution of the union. This fear may have its roots in many causes, but there are three that seem to surface … Continue reading

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The Difference Between Litigation and Divorce Mediation in New York

Is divorce mediation in New York right for your family? It may be if you like the idea of ending your marriage in a less contentious manner. Most people equate divorce with litigation. They envision themselves in a courtroom with … Continue reading

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Learning How to Love After Divorce

Divorce is among the most stressful life changes. It's easy to see why. A divorce can mean uprooting or shifting everything you know about your life. Naturally, you'll find yourself thinking that nothing will ever be the same. This may … Continue reading

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