My article How To Behave In Court: 9 Tips to a Successful Divorce appears on the Huffington Post.
The article offers, my perspective, as an experienced New York family law and divorce attorney on how not to hurt your case by behaving improperly in the courtroom. Poor courtroom conduct could undermine an otherwise successful case and anger the judge.
The article offer specific tips on how to conduct yourself while appearing in court for your New York divorce.
Daniel Clement discussing discriminatory leasing practices to same sex married couples.
My Huffington Post article offering seven suggestions to avoid a disastrous divorce appears here. The article identifies seven common traps and offers practical advice on how to avoid them.
A new article on Entrepreneur.com entitled How to Divorce-Proof Your Company
, discusses seven strategies you can use to help protect your business if you end up in divorce court including:
- Maintain good records, and keep the family’s finances separate from those of the business.
- Pay yourself a good salary.
- Fire your spouse.
- Sacrifice other assets.
- Get a fair valuation.
- Arrange to make any payments over time.
- Raise capital by selling a stake.
Dan Clement is quoted extensively in the article giving tips and recommendations. You can read the full article here:
Daniel Clement was recently featured in a local news story on social media and the role it plays in family law issues.
My Article Divorce Tax Tips: The Bottom Line appears on the Huffington Post. The article highlights seven ways in which a little planning in your divorce can reduce your taxes.
You can read the Divorce Tax Tips article here.
New York recently enacted a no fault divorce. The new law enables a couple to dissolve a marriage without assigning fault to one of the parties. In order to make out the cause of action the parties have to allege that the marriage has irretrievably broken down for six months or more.
When the bill was enacted, the governor noted that :
New York enacted guidelines for awarding temporary maintenance while the divorce is pending.
Pursuant to the guidelines, maintenance is to be awarded during the divorce when one parties
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