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Celebrity divorces are great teaching tools. High-profile divorces present the same issues as non-celebrity divorces, just with bigger numbers and a lot more tabloid coverage. The Huffington Post is reporting that the husband of actress Kaley Cuoco is seeking spousal maintenance and an award of counsel fees as part of the divorce. This should not...

9 Strange Reasons You May Be Destined For Divorce

Half of all marriages will end in divorce.  You would think that most divorces occur for the obvious reasons, financial woes, incompatibility, or infidelity.   But according to a recent article in Prevention Magazine, your divorce may have been caused by something else, something strange and surprising. Your commute is too long. If you have a...

Changes to New York Divorce Law Coming: Maintenance Reform and Say Goodbye to Enhance Earnings Capacity

Change is in the air with respect to New York divorce law.  Recently, the New York Legislature passed sweeping legislation affecting two major aspects of divorce law in New York. First, the legislature changed the method of awarding maintenance in divorce cases.   It also eliminated equitable distribution awards for a party’s enhanced earning capacity. While...

The news just keeps coming, but no one seems to be listening. Social media is bad for marriage. And it is not great for people divorcing either. One in seven married people said they have considered divorce because of their spouses’ behavior on popular social media sites and apps like Facebook, Snapchat, Skype, What’sApp, and...

Even the most well-intentioned parents may disagree about their children’s parenting plan or visitation schedule; as part of a divorce, it is not uncommon for parents to fight for an extra hour or day simply to maximize their time with the children. Long gone are the days when it was presumed that the mother will...

  A trend is developing- the law is embracing technology and social media.  For the second time in recent months, a New York court allowed a defendant in a divorce to be served by Facebook. All cases begin with the service of a summons.  In a New York divorce, the defendant must be personally served...

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