Divorce & Family Law

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Oct2017
Business Insider shares How to know if your marriage will end in divorce, according to science Factors include:  Getting married in your teens or after age 32, Having a husband who doesn't work full-time, Not finishing high school, Showing contempt for your partner, Being overly affectionate as ... Read More

28

Sep2009
There are two requirements that must be met before you can file for a divorce in New York State. 1.) You must satisfy the residency requirements as set forth in Domestic Relations Law Section 230. The Domestic Relations Law is the law that governs divorces in New York State. 2.) ... Read More

27

Sep2009
The following are common questions and answers concerning divorce and separation in New York State. Divorce matters are complex and the advice of an attorney is always recommended.

26

Sep2009
An order of protection is a court order that is designed to stop violent and/or harassing behavior and to protect you and your children from an abuser. An order of protection can also force an abuser to stay away from you and your children and to have no ... Read More

10

Sep2009
If you've recently been through a divorce - or are contemplating one - you may want to look closely at issues involving credit. Understanding the different kinds of credit accounts opened during a marriage may help illuminate the potential benefits - and pitfalls - of each.

30

Aug2009
Collaborative Family Law is a problem-solving process that gives divorcing parties and their lawyers a way to end a marriage and restructure families without the stress, delay, and expense of litigation.

29

Aug2009
Abandonment: A reason for divorce. Abandonment occurs when one party has left the other for a continuous period of one year or more, without the party’s consent, and without justification (good cause).