Divorce is hard for everyone involved, and even amicable separations are emotionally draining at times. When you get used to having people around and then they are suddenly no longer as accessible as they once were, it takes some time to adjust.
Am I Eligible for an Annulment?
There are several ways to end a marriage or change your marital status in the state of New York. According to the New York State Bar Association, these include divorce, dissolution, annulment and separation.
Who Gets the Dog? Brooklyn Family Lawyer Discusses Pet Custody
Divorce can be devastating, even if it is the right decision for you and your spouse. Major life transitions are always challenging, and the thought of losing your pet on top of everything else might be too much to bear.
Can I Include Intellectual Property in a Prenuptial Agreement?
A 2016 survey of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers revealed an increase in the number of people in the millennial age bracket seeking prenuptial agreements. The lawyers who participated in the survey claimed they had seen a spike in the number of clients ages 18 to 35 seeking such agreements in the past three […]
Do You Know These 5 Signs That Indicate Your Marriage Is Heading for Divorce?
Every marriage has ups and downs, and just because you and your spouse have hit a rut does not necessarily mean that your marriage is on its last leg. However, if you and your partner are no longer spending time together, not supporting each other, or arguing often, then it may be time to consider […]
How to Plan a Safe Divorce from an Abusive Partner
Mayor Bill de Blasio, first lady Chirlane McCray, and commissioner of the New York Police Department James P. O’Neill are hard at work drawing up a comprehensive strategy to combat the city’s recent rise in domestic violence homicides.