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We understand that right now, many New Yorkers have urgent questions about their parenting and custody agreements and arrangements. Coronavirus and the subsequent restrictions imposed on movement have created a sense of uncertainty for many parents. The firm is currently open for business. We are also offering remote consultations via video chat and phone calls. We are here to answer your pressing questions about your custody arrangements during the coronavirus crisis, as well as to speak about any other family law and divorce issues you may have.

We want you to stay safe and healthy. If you wish to meet with an attorney remotely, we can accommodate that need. If you have questions, please contact us.

While New York still allows for both fault and no-fault divorces, proceeding with a divorce on an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage and without alleging or proving fault is now the standard way to proceed with a divorce in New York State. In fact, New York was the last state in the country to grant…

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Couples seeking a divorce have different options available if they wish to avoid the litigation process. Mediation offers an alternative, private option to resolve some of the issues involved in divorce in a less adversarial setting, allowing both parties to come to decisions that are beneficial to them. Mediation may be a less costly route,…

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