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September 2018 Archives

How do I handle issues with parenting time?

Parenting time is one of the most contentious discussions people can have during a separation, divorce or battle for child custody. Even when a child custody agreement is in place, some parents will take it upon themselves to do whatever they please. Today, we will take a look at how you can handle issues with parenting time in New York.

Protecting a pension using a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement

If you are planning to get married in New York, you need to think about how you will protect every asset you bring into the marriage. Even if you believe the marriage could never end in divorce, it's still a good idea to have a plan in place to protect yourself should the unthinkable happen. This is best done using a prenuptial agreement. One important item to protect in that agreement is your pension.

Dividing property in the midst of an uncontested divorce

You've likely heard the term uncontested divorce in the past. You most certainly have heard it if you are in the throes of a divorce right now. An uncontested divorce is one in which you and your spouse are able to come to an amicable agreement on the terms of the divorce. This includes the division of your property and assets, including art collections, cars, the home and more.

Refrain from social media use when going through divorce

It's wise to refrain from using social media when going through a divorce. These accounts can easily get you into trouble. That's especially true if you are trying to come away with a good settlement when the agreement is finalized. Here's why social media can be so detrimental to your divorce.

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