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How to Help Your Kids Cope with Divorce During the Pandemic

How to Help Your Kids Cope with Divorce During the Pandemic For some children, dealing with divorce can be quite difficult, especially during the pandemic. Children may not comprehend why their parents are getting divorced and they may even blame … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Have a Healthy and Harmonious Divorce in Manhattan

Divorce is never easy but there are ways to for a healthy and harmonious divorce in Manhattan.  Follow the five steps below for a smoother divorce.   Make Sure that You’re Clear on Getting Divorced Coming to terms with the … Continue reading

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4 Ways to Practice Self-Care During and After Divorce in New York

Going through a divorce can be extremely painful and stressful; that is why it is important to practice self-care. Learn how to practice self-care during a divorce in New York with the 4 tips below. Plan a Getaway Sometimes it's … Continue reading

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5 Tips for Dating After a Divorce in Manhattan

  If you recently got divorced, on one hand, you might be relieved and excited to start a new chapter of your life but on the other hand, you might also be emotionally and financially drained from the divorce.  When … Continue reading

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Preparing for the Financial Implications of Divorce in New York 

If you are getting divorced in New York and do not have a prenuptial agreement it is important to prepare for the financial implications of divorce in New York.  It is important to know that your assets will be divided … Continue reading

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Why Many Married Couples Put off Divorce During the Holidays but Are Now Moving Forward with Filing

January is traditionally known as “Divorce Month” because there is an increase in divorce filings and inquiries. People wait until January because they do not want to break the news of divorce to their spouse during the holidays.  When there … Continue reading

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Understand the Difference Between a Default Judgment of Divorce vs. a No-Fault Divorce 

Divorce requires more than an agreement to end a marriage. It requires a number of legal steps to complete, after determining that you have jurisdiction to file in New York, then deciding exactly how you want the divorce to occur. … Continue reading

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Is it Possible to Save Your Marriage During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Are you wondering if you can save your marriage during the COVID-19 Pandemic?  If so, you are not alone, thousands of people are struggling with their marriage amidst the pandemic.  There are many factors that can go into play when … Continue reading

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How to Have a Healthy and Harmonious Divorce

The first step to having a healthy and harmonious divorce is to determine if you are ready for divorce.  Being ready for divorce involves being emotionally ready as well as preparedness. When you are making the decision to divorce, it … 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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