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April 2017 Archives

Co-parenting may be custody option some New York parents need

Being present in their children's lives is a goal of many New York parents. After divorce and child custody decisions, some parties may feel as if it is more difficult to achieve this goal. However, many parents are able to make co-parenting arrangements work in a way that allows both parents and new stepparents to have roles in their children's lives.

Collaborative divorce may offer benefits in New York

For New York residents looking to end their marriages, some may hope that they are able to move through the proceedings without the need for constant conflict. If both parties involved hold this hope, they may be candidates for approaching divorce in an amicable manner. Collaborative law could allow interested parties to move forward and have more control over their process. 

Cake and divorce may become new pairing in New York

For some individuals, ending a marriage does not necessarily have to be a bad life event. Some New York residents may see the divorce as a chance to start fresh and reconsider how they would like to live their lives as a single person or with a new love. Indeed, many parties are beginning to treat this milestone as a celebration, with cake included.

It's never too late for a post-nuptial agreement

In the last few decades, it has become increasingly common for marrying couples to execute a prenuptial agreement. This agreement typically outlines asset division in the case of a divorce. There may be special clauses regarding marital children, as well as special considerations in case of infidelity or even infertility.

New York residents may face complex second divorce cases

Many New York residents who have gone through the process of dissolving their marriages were likely glad to see the proceedings end. They may have moved on with their lives and found love again only to end up in another situation where the marriage is coming to an end. Going through a second divorce can have certain complexities not faced the first time around.

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