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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.

Your job is to advise, guide, and protect clients all day long. Whether you are a sports agent, a financial advisor, a business manager, a trusts and estates attorney, or a family law attorney like me, our jobs all have a common thread – which is to shield our clients from the worst-case scenarios. That…

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Engaged couples should think about getting a prenuptial agreement (“prenup”) if: Either partner owns their own assets; One or both partners owns a business; There is an earning disparity between the partners; or They wish to reduce uncertainty and risk in the future In New York, and particularly in NYC and the surrounding metropolitan area,…

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We talked earlier about the advantages of prenuptial agreements and common mistakes to avoid when approaching your fiancé. Now we will look at the issues to consider in a prenuptial agreement. Most relationships begin with an air of magic, but when marriage is discussed, the realities of modern life necessarily intrude on otherwise romantic plans…

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There are many issues that can be addressed by a prenuptial agreement, including the division of assets and the amount of maintenance (alimony) an ex-spouse receives after a divorce. Prenuptial agreements are especially common for high net-worth marriages. They are an important tool, since it is impossible to predict how a court will divide a…

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Our firm concentrates its practice on divorce and family law — the business of helping clients move through domestic transition successfully. Part of our legal practice is recognizing and supporting the unique needs of our clients through well-crafted agreements — whether drafting a prenuptial agreement or a divorce agreement. A recent New York Times article…

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On June 24, 2011, same-sex marriage was legalized in New York — a development long sought by supporters and gay-rights organizations in our state. The action sparked controversy, kicked off a wave of weddings and brought business to the state and its coffers. After Election Day 2012, same-sex marriage is now legal in nine states…

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Most people are familiar with the idea of a prenuptial agreement, which lays out terms that parties agree to abide by in the event of a divorce or death. This type of agreement is entered into before marriage and is often an attempt to clearly lay out issues, such as distributions of property and amounts…

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Suggesting a prenuptial agreement is often awkward and you do not want to harm your relationship or offend your fiancé (or fiancée).  However, broaching the subject is important because a prenuptial agreement can protect assets, income, and provisions for children from a previous marriage. Some tips for approaching the subject Here are some points to…

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