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Holidays are a joyful time filled with laughter and cheer. Whether this is the first time that a couple is spending the holidays apart or they have done it for years, this is a challenging time for families. More importantly, this may mean the first time that parents are celebrating the holidays without their children.…

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In-person, virtual, or hybrid learning? Whether you are already divorced or are in the process of separating, it is unlikely that the answers to these questions made it into your separation agreement or the divorce negotiations. Of course, there may have been heated discussions of whether to send your children to private or public school,…

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One of the most common questions our attorneys are asked regards dating: namely, when can you start dating again? Some attorneys may suggest that you wait until your divorce is finalized, while others may encourage dating during a divorce so long as there is no introduction to children and the spouses are living separate and…

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The last seven months have been trying, for many reasons. In the earliest days of the pandemic, when New York all but shut down entirely, the fear and confusion created almost palpable tensions. People hunkered down together, feeling the weight of uncertainty on their shoulders. Within weeks, the “coronavirus divorce” speculations began: would there be…

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As the old adage goes, timing is everything. While there may never be a right time to get divorced, there certainly can be a better time. As the New York Courts have succinctly put it, marriage is an economic partnership. The decision to separate, like winding down any other partnership, comes with its inherent challenges.…

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