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March 2016 Archives

Older New York residents may contemplate divorce

Many New York residents may look to couples who have been married for decades and think that those marriages will last forever. However, even older individuals may decide to end their marriages though they have been together for an extended period of time. There are various factors that could contribute to the decision to divorce, and anyone could be affected.

Divorce does not have to make New York residents feel insecure

Any major life decision often comes with serious concerns and fears for the future. Divorce is one of those changes that many New York residents may constantly question as they move forward with their separation proceedings. These feelings of insecurity are not uncommon, and understanding that there will be times when individuals question themselves and their choices may help those parties prepare for such occurrences. 

Mediation may be option to consider for New York divorce

Many New York residents who are going through divorce may wonder how stressful their proceedings will be. Of course, each case depends on the individuals involved and the circumstances they are facing. If parties want to move forward with minimal conflict, they may want to make that decision before divorce proceedings start and work toward remaining as amicable as possible.

Four reasons a prenuptial agreement can provide peace of mind

When individuals bring significant assets into a marriage, it's smart to consider the protections offered by a prenuptial agreement. There is a myriad of other factors contributing to this legal document, though, beyond that of assets.

Custody outcomes may concern some New York parents

When parents go through divorce, they may face challenges when it comes to child custody proceedings. Custody decisions can depend on the preferences of multiple people involved as well as what outcomes may be best for the children. In some cases, the original ruling may not satisfy one parent's wishes, and as a result, that individual may wish to appeal the decision.

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