What happens when a couple separates, but for some reason, despite the passage of time, don’t divorce? Suppose still further that during the long separation when the parties have been married but living separately, one of the parties acquires some wealth? Are the assets acquired during the long separation marital and subject to equitable distribution?…Read more
About: Daniel Clement
Recent Posts by Daniel Clement
There is a welcome trend in child custody cases in New York- parents, the courts and even New York divorce attorneys, are all recognizing the importance of both parents being engaged in making decisions effecting their children’s health, education and welfare. Rather than vesting one parent with child custody and decision making authority, now many…Read more
The most difficult parts of divorce is that moment when you have to tell and then begin to prepare your children for the divorce. While your children may be bystanders to the decision to divorce and legal proceedings, they may suffer the consequences of the decisions they had no part in making. How you inform…Read more
Not only are we in the midst of the Spring and Summer wedding season, but we are also in prenuptial season. Prospective brides and grooms are accessing their financial futures, taking stock of their pre-marital assets and the debts and taking stock of their individual and joint economic futures. They are also looking for…Read more
Recent Comments by Daniel Clement
- 18th February 2016 on Special Concerns for Divorces Involving Kids with Special Needs
- 10th February 2016 on 6 Tips About What to Wear to Appear in Court For Your Divorce
- 9th November 2014 on Service by Social Networking: Can You Be Served Through Facebook?
- 3rd April 2014 on What Do I Do If My Child Does Not Want To Have Visitation With My Ex?
- 25th March 2014 on What Happens to Child Support or Maintenance Payments If My Ex Dies?