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Handelsman divorce case involves millions of dollars

While the reasons behind ending a marriage can be immensely personal, they may seem relatively simple on the outside. However, even simple-seeming reasons can lead to complex divorce proceedings. If parties have a substantial amount of wealth to address during the process, it is not unusual for tensions to run high and for disputes to come about.

Contentious divorce may impact New York kids' immune systems

Most everyone understands that children suffer some type of impact when their parents' marriage ends. In many cases, the effects are minimal as parents do their best to help their kids through the process. However, some children may face lasting effects of divorce if the break up was particularly contentious and the parental relationships continued to face strain after the marriage ended.

Do adult children fare better when New York parents divorce?

Deciding the best time to make a major life change can be difficult when individuals have children. When the major event is divorce, New York parents may feel particularly concerned about the best time to move forward with such a process. To some, getting the unpleasantness out of the way when the kids are young may seem appealing, while other parties may think that adult children could handle the situation better.

Gray divorce may have greater financial impacts in New York

The older New York residents get, the more they likely contemplate what they will do with the rest of their lives. Because individuals over the age of 50 often begin to view life as more finite, they tend to begin to assess their lives and determine what changes could be made to help them achieve greater happiness. For some, divorce is the answer.

Support and attitude may impact New York divorce cases

Going through a major life change can cause many New York residents to act in ways that they normally would not. Divorce is one of those events that can cause people to feel intense emotions, and many parties often make decisions based solely on the emotions they are feeling in that moment. Unfortunately, this type of approach may not prove to be the most beneficial when it comes to ending a marriage.

Are New York residents showing off with divorce selfies?

Each divorcing New York resident looks at the ending of his or her marriage in a different way. Some people may see it as the much-needed end of an era and are ready to move on, and other parties may find it to be a much more emotionally distressing event. However, it seems that a considerable number of people are falling into the former category as divorce selfies are taking off.

Stress-reducing mechanisms may offer benefits during divorce

Numerous situations in life can cause individuals to experience stress. Divorce can be particularly stressful for many people, and finding ways to handle the discomfort and toll that legal proceedings can take may not always be easy. However, New York residents may be interested in a recent study that involved writing and its impacts on stress-related health effects.

Politics could lead to relationship splits, divorce in New York

Politics affect almost everyone in some way. Even when individuals try to stay out of political discussions, certain aspects of their lives could be impacted due to political decisions. According to recent reports, many individuals -- including New York residents -- may even end up facing breakups and divorce due to the effects politics have in their lives.

Financial concerns may plague older people in New York divorce

The effects of ending a marriage can be far reaching. Individuals of the baby boomer generation may find that the impacts are particularly significant, especially when it comes to finances. Because older New York residents are closer to retirement, they may have less time to generate savings to live as a single person. Additionally, divorce can result in retirement accounts being split.

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. 

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