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When children are not seeing both parents during and after a divorce, it not only hurts the non-custodial parent, but the children suffer as well.  Th...

Both parents need to be involved and realize that their behavior affects the children

May 30, 2017

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When children are not seeing both parents during and after a divorce, it not only hurts the non-custodial parent, but the children suffer as well.  There have been studies that children do better academically and behave more appropriately when both parents are in their...

May 26, 2017

Helping your Child Deal with Divorce

Children and Divorce Coping and Dealing with Divorce Helping Children Cope with Divorce

Nigel C Winter

There are many terrible dilemmas that face anyone contemplating divorce or separation.

One of the most significant is the impact upo...

May 24, 2017

Collaborative vs Litigation Divorce

by Sensei

Once you’ve made the decision to get divorced (or if you’ve – ahem – had that decision made for you) – the most important “next step” decision to make is choosing the METHOD of divorce you want to use. (What?!? There’s more t...

May 15, 2017

Be careful when a case is settled. In Dindiyal v. Dindiyal, affirmed by the Second Department in April 2017, the Husband changed the beneficiary of his life insurance policy after the parties' commenced their divorce action, which is a violation of a Court Order. The p...

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