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September 2017 Archives

Couple's art collection discussed in divorce hearing

Most marriages begin with hope and promise of a happy future together. Couples move in together, bank accounts are joined, a family is formed and many purchases are made together over the years. Sadly, not all marriages manage to last throughout the years and many divorce to go their separate ways. The process of separating homes, family and items owned can be complicated and painful. One New York couple have attorneys helping them as they sift through all aspects of their marriage throughout their divorce proceedings.

Records and kids may be focus for New York divorce prep

Dealing with a high-conflict personality may have played a role in many New York residents choosing to end their marriages. Though the decision may have felt right in order to move on to a happier life, parties likely know that they must first get through the divorce proceedings. Just the idea of going through tumultuous legal proceedings may seem draining, but getting ready to face the necessary process may help.

Narcissism, communication issues could point to divorce

Many budding relationships often seem as if nothing could go wrong. New York residents who have found love may feel like they will be with their significant other for the rest of their lives and that their love will sustain them. Unfortunately, relationships and people can change over time, and many individuals come to notice the indicators that may signal that divorce is on the horizon.

Shared child custody may be worth consideration in New York

Facing custody issues may be a New York parent's worst nightmare. They may worry that their children will be caught in the middle of child custody disputes and proceedings that will cause everyone involved a considerable amount of stress. Apparently, this fear is relatively common and often results in similar custody outcomes: the mother gains primary custody and the father gets weekend time.

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