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For those whose marriage is in trouble or who are about to begin a divorce, a few strategies can help preserve a business. Once the divorce proceedings start, entrepreneurs won’t likely be able to implement some other legal maneuvers that, if accomplished in happier times, could keep their business from landing in a soon-to-be ex’s...

New York became the sixth state to permit same-sex marriage.    The new law becomes effective on July 24, 2011. New York officials are preparing for a surge in in applications for marriage licenses when the floodgates open. Unfortunately, at some time in the foreseeable future, there will be a corresponding surge in same sex divorce.   ...

Whether it be the economy, a desire to protect children, or simply the old adage that “The devil you know is better than the one you don’t,” more New York City couples are discontinuing their divorces and exploring reconciliation. Following Stephanie Seymour’s reconciliation with her husband, I was interviewed in the New York Post, with...

The Wall Street Journal in an article written by Mary Pilon detailed some of the reasons couples enter into prenuptial agreements. In the article, I was quoted for having noticed a trend in my practice. In conversations with many of my younger clients, I observed that often they did not want a pre-nuptial agreement to...

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