Every divorce is unique and is accompanied by a different set of legal, emotional, and financial considerations. Though divorce is considered by many to be a time-consuming, stressful, and costly process, it doesn’t have to be. If you and...
The division of property can be one of the most important issues in a divorce, which can make it difficult to resolve without the help of an unbiased third party. If you and your spouse want to avoid litigation...
Divorce is often an extremely stressful and difficult time. The breakup of a relationship is a challenging and emotionally draining undertaking. Thankfully, for those seeking divorce on Long Island and in the greater New York metropolitan area there is...
The Covid-19 pandemic has placed numerous stressors on individuals and families, particularly those either thinking about, in the midst of, or having finalized a separation or divorce, especially when children are involved. For those parents who are co-parenting...
We are members of the Long Island Collaborative Divorce Professionals, which is a a group of specially trained professionals, committed to helping families find a better path when faced with divorce or family conflict. Our professional group publishes relevant articles pertaining...
Divorce is never an easy decision. But, once you have decided to move forward, you next must decide the best method of settlement for you and your spouse. There are three options to consider: litigation, collaborative divorce or mediation. If you...
There are many reasons why mediation is the preferred choice if you are thinking of divorcing or separating and you have children. Less stress- The process of mediation provides a much more peaceful and less stressful environment for parents who are...
The process of separating or divorcing can be one of the most stressful transitions in your life. It is a time that requires coping with changes of all kinds: the ending of the marital relationship while also facing decisions,...
The American Dream! You’ve married, raised a family, bought a house, put the kids through college. A few years later your children have grown, moved out, started careers and families of their own. Now the “empty nest” feeling of...
We often work with clients going through a separation or divorce who have conflicts revolving around their different parenting styles or values when it comes to parenting. Although these differences are common between parents, they can become a real...