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Credit Card Companies Won’t Care About How You and Your Spouse Allocate Responsibility for Debts in a New York Divorce

What’s in your wallet? Is it a bunch of credit cards carrying large balances? Can the same be said for your spouse? If so, allocating responsibility for paying down those balances will be a challenging issue in your New York divorce. The principle of equitable division in New York divorces applies not only to marital...

The major revisions to New York divorce law enacted in 2015 included significant changes to how courts will award – and terminate – temporary and permanent spousal maintenance. One of the changes the law addressed was the effect a spouse’s cohabitation with another person had on the other spouse’s obligation to continue making maintenance payments....

Tax season is here. You’re looking backwards over the past year trying to figure out how much you owe the government and how to take advantage of as many deductions as possible. If you’re in the process of deducting your spouse from your life, it can raise a lot of questions that can complicate your...

Divorce is hard for almost all children. It can be traumatic and confusing in even the best of circumstances. But for children with special needs, divorce can be even more difficult. And for the parents of special needs children, divorce requires strategizing to make sure that arrangements are made to adequately address the children’s ongoing...

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