The Divorce Report

My Spouse Does Not Want a Divorce: What Should I Do?

It would be nice if all marriages lasted.  It would also be great if all divorces were uncontested and free of acrimony. Unfortunately, there is no “perfect” marriage and a smooth divorce is not always possible. Because New York has recognized no-fault divorce, the decision to divorce does not have to be mutual. It is…
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What is a Prenuptial Agreement? Do I Need One?

The Fundamentals of a New York Prenup Signing a prenup isn’t just for celebrity couples, serial spouses, and the wealthy. A well drafted New York prenuptial agreement can protect both the husband and wife, even if they are of limited means. A prenuptial agreement can not only make a divorce less acrimonious, but it can safeguard…
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Who Gets the Dog in a New York Divorce: New York Pet Custody

  Pet custody continues to be one of the hottest topics in divorce law.   Divorcing couples will go to war to fight for custody of their beloved dog or cat. Until recently there was no clear standard for pet custody cases; it was not clear whether New York divorce courts would treat dogs and cats…
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Tips To Make Holiday Visitation Less Stressful

For divorced parents in New York, December may be a bittersweet time.  While Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and New Years are all joyful, they are also holidays that parents traditionally celebrate with their children and extended families.   It is likely, that your parenting plan and visitation schedule will allow your spouse to be with the children…
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