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Divorce Litigation in New York Splits – When is this your best option?

Divorce Litigation in New York Splits – When is this your best option?

Most parties can resolve their divorce by agreement outside of a New York court, but there are many situations where litigating (going to court and the judge makes the final decision) the divorce issues can be the best option for a New York resident.
This is especially true in high conflict...

Getting Divorced and Own a Business? What You Need to Know

Getting Divorced and Own a Business? What You Need to Know

When you own a business and are served with divorce papers, what’s the first thing to do, other than find a good lawyer? Divorce is hard enough when you are an employee, but when you’re the boss, the discovery process (both sides gathering information through demand) just became much...

Remarriage After Divorce–Will It Work For You?

Remarriage After Divorce–Will It Work For You?

Everyone has heard the statistic that second and third marriages are more likely to end in divorce. Bowling Green State University’s Center for Family and Marriage Research found that 60% of couples on marriage number two and 65% of couples on their third marriage ultimately...

4 Surprising Things You CAN’T Do Mid-Divorce

4 Surprising Things You CAN’T Do Mid-Divorce

If you’re in the middle of a divorce, you’re probably ready to move on and establish your place as a single person. Hashing out things like finances, custody, and living arrangements can make it feel like your life is in limbo.
It’s best to just barge ahead and start taking...


All Giuiliani’s Wives – Love and Loathing in New York City

All Giuiliani’s Wives – Love and Loathing in New York City

Former NYC Mayor, now latest Trump defender, Rudy Giuliani’s nasty divorce from his third wife Judith is not the first scandalous split in the politician’s life.
His previous marriages, to an alleged second cousin and to an actress - TV personality, also gave the tabloids endless...


Getting by on a $100 million net worth in NYC

Getting by on a $100 million net worth in NYC

Comfortable family living on a net worth of $100 million sounds totally doable - unless you live in NYC and as a divorce lawyer for Manhattanites I can (well almost) appreciate their struggle to maintain a New York City lifestyle. So, is $100 million enough? Maybe not.
In fact, a recent...

Of Mice and Men and Marriage

Of Mice and Men and Marriage
(Or Drunken Rodents and Divorce)

National Geographic recently released a striking article entitled “Drinking Alone Leads to Divorce – In Rodents”.
Needless to say, it’s certainly an attention grabber, but is there science behind the article that is meaningful for humans? Do we have something to learn...

Celebrity Harassers' Wives: Best Moves Amidst Crisis

Celebrity Harassers' Wives: Best Moves Amidst Crisis

Divorce can be a messy experience – especially when the husband is facing harassment charges. If the topic of divorce comes up, how are the wives of Matt Lauer, Harvey Weinstein and Garrison Keillor going to safeguard their part of the marital estate?
“It’s important to act...