The coronavirus and restrictions on movement have created a sense of uncertainty for many couples and parents. During these difficult times, many New Yorkers may have urgent questions about domestic violence and spousal abuse, and about their parenting and custody agreements.  Our firm is currently open for business.  We offer remote consultations without charge, by secure video or telephone. We are here to answer any pressing questions you may have, and to speak about any family law and divorce issues that are of concern.  We want you to stay safe and healthy. If you wish to meet with an attorney remotely, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Why Settling Your Divorce Might Be Your Biggest Mistake Ever

Why Settling Your Divorce Might Be Your Biggest Mistake Ever

There is no question that settling a divorce can offer extensive benefits. The sooner a case is over; the sooner everyone can move on with their lives and build their own futures. Settlement generally results in lower legal fees, because there are fewer courtroom appearances. And settling a divorce...


Why Where You Live Matters for Your Divorce

Why Where You Live Matters for Your Divorce

How your marital assets are divided in your divorce hinges on many things, but the first and most important issue is where you live. Each state has its own laws about divorce. States fall into two groups when it comes to property division laws: community property states and equitable distribution...