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May 2017 Archives

Danger may prompt New York parents to change child custody terms

One of the hardest situations a parent may have to go through involves determining custody for his or her children. Divorce often results in the court deciding child custody terms, and some parents may not always feel comfortable with those outcomes. Though the decisions should be in the best interests of the children, some agreements may need adjustments later on.

Collaboration may work for some New York divorce cases

When individuals are able to agree fairly easily, collaborating when it comes to resolving issues may be a valid approach. If New York residents are able to remain on good terms, they may even be able to use a collaborative approach when it comes to their divorce cases. Though many parties may be unfamiliar with collaborative law, it is an alternative dispute resolution method that could benefit many people.

Don’t lose your business in a New York divorce

When divorce comes knocking for New Yorkers, it has the potential to devastate small business owners whose businesses are not protected from their marriages. If you own a business and did not protect yourself and your business with a prenuptial agreement, you may have to make some very difficult choices in the coming weeks and months if you hope to keep the business intact through the dissolution of your marriage.

Commingling could affect asset division in New York

Though spouses may be more than willing to share property when they first get married, the idea of splitting assets may seem like a terrible ordeal if the couple chooses to divorce. Asset division can affect everyone differently. However, because New York is an equitable division state, marital assets will be divided by the court as fairly as possible.

Actor Jesse Williams, wife heading for divorce

There are many factors to consider in ending a marriage. Even after the decision to divorce has been made, parties will need to address property division, custody, alimony and a myriad of other life aspects based on their relationship and future lives. Because there is so much to address, many individuals may find themselves facing uncertainty when it comes to the outcomes of their cases. 

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