8 Healthy Coping Strategies for Divorcing Couples

Going through a divorce can be very difficult, no matter what the reason for it may be. Divorce can turn your world completely upside down and make it hard just to get through the day. No matter how strong...

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So Who Keeps the House? The Marital Residence & Divorce

For many couples going through divorce, their marital residence is their largest asset. This article will explore the options to consider in determining what to do with the house. Is the house a marital asset? The first thing to ascertain is if...

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When to Get a Divorce: 9 Signs Your Marriage May Be Over

Feeling trapped or unfulfilled in your marriage is a truly difficult way to live. Whether you’ve been married for 20 years or 2 years, choosing to get a divorce is never easy. No relationship is perfect, and conflicts are...

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How Does Divorce Mediation Work?

Divorce is often considered one of the most stressful events one may ever experience. Even under the best of circumstances, divorce can leave you and your family feeling overwhelmed and exhausted. Choosing mediation is a great first step towards...

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Benefits of Divorce Mediation vs. Hiring an Attorney in Litigation

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...

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How Property is Divided in Divorce in New York

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...

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How to Get an Uncontested Divorce in New York

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...

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Self Care When Separating or Divorcing

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,...

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“Gray” Divorce: Separation or Divorce in Older Couples

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...

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Different Approaches to Parenting and its Impact on Children of Divorce

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...

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