Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Quintessential Guide To Divorce in New York

    A terrific new book "Onward & Upward - Guide For Getting Through New York Divorce & Family Law Issues" was just published. I co-authored this book. The book is a collaborative effort, with chapters written by lawyers and non-lawyers, all experts in their respective fields, covering myriad of family and matrimonial law topics,…
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Agreement Not to Use Frozen Embryos After Divorce Once Again Enforced

If you entered into an agreement with a former spouse as to what will happen after a divorce to any embryos conceived through in vitro fertilization, be prepared to abide by the contract’s terms. Much as New York’s highest court did almost two decades ago, a California judge recently denied a divorced woman’s request to…
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Make Sure You Know These 13 Things Before Meeting With a Divorce Attorney

A lot of introspection and self-reflection usually precedes the life-changing decision to seek a divorce. Our free guide to “Five Things You Must Do Before You Decide to Divorce” lays out the steps you should take and information you should have on hand as you begin the divorce process. You can download the guide here.…
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Providing for Grandparents in Visitation Arrangements

Over the hills and through the woods may be the poetic way to get to grandma’s house, but when one or both of a grandchild’s divorced parents don’t want their child to pay her a visit, is she out of luck? Not necessarily. The ripple effects of a divorce hit more than just parents and…
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Paying for U: Who, if Anyone, Has to Cover College Costs Post- Divorce?

High school seniors in New York, New Jersey, and across the country soon will be anxiously waiting by their mailboxes (or refreshing their email in-boxes) in hopes of getting notified that they have been accepted into their dream college. Of course, parents will be hanging on this decision as well, since they will have to…
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