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Following up on yesterday’s post about disgruntled spouses airing their dirty laundry on the internet, the front page of the New York Times featured the article When the Ex Blogs, the Dirtiest Laundry Is Aired. According to the article, it is now fairly common to write a blog about your divorce. It is impossible to...

Discretion, being the better part of valor, it is seldom a good idea for a party to a divorce, to publicize the gory details of their case. But one ill-advised wife went even further;   she made  a You Tube video so she could air her dirty laundry. In her video, Tricia Walsh Smith discuss her...

They started to the fight When the money got tight . . .                 Billy Joel, Scenes from an Italian Restaurant With all the talk about recession and the fall-out from the sub-prime mortgage crisis, it is no surprise the telephones in most divorce lawyers’ offices are ringing off the hook. I have even noticed...

A second appellate court went out of its way to implicitly recognize the legitimacy of same sex marriage in New York. I previously discussed the case of Funderburke v. State of New York in which the claim of an employee of the Uniondale school district who sought health benefits for his same-sex partner was dismissed....

A recent study discovered that 20% of divorcing couples tried to conceal assets or income from the spouse. As reported in the Telegraph: The study – by the accounting firm Grant Thornton, which surveyed 100 family lawyers – found that husbands were much more dishonest when a marriage crumbled.In cases where assets had been hidden,...

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