Traveling with kids is no walk in the park, but traveling with children during divorce can often present extra hurdles. There is a lot to do before you take off, including obtaining a passport, getting permission, and confirming an itinerary with your ex. Read on for important information about traveling with children during divorce: Obtaining a ... Read more
Many people don’t realize that there are two forms of child custody in New York: Legal Custody and Physical Custody. Knowing the difference between the two is crucial if you are a litigant in a child custody case. Today, we will focus our discussion on legal custody. What is the definition of legal custody? What does ... Read more
New York City divorce lawyers are a dime a dozen. With an over-saturated market, why should you hire Brian Perskin & Associates P.C. to represent you during your divorce or child custody case? A Divorce Powerhouse Brian Perskin, a graduate of Washington College of Law, opened his firm in 1991, which has grown from a one-man ... Read more
There are two kinds of people in the world: those who wish to change their name after divorce, and those who don’t. Some women find it therapeutic to return to their maiden name, while others, well, they could care less. Follow these instructions if you want to change your last name, or call us at ... Read more
Let’s be honest: divorce hurts. You are mourning the loss of a relationship, a way of living, and reentering the world as a single person. It’s scary, and you may not know what to do, or how to cope after your case is finalized. Read on for tips and ideas on how to move on after ... Read more
As of this writing, about 50 percent of all first marriages in the United States end in divorce.
When filing for divorce in New York, the Plaintiff must state a reason for the divorce.
Contested divorces are the polar opposite of their uncontested counterparts.
In a New York divorce, there is spousal support or "temporary maintenance" and then there is maintenance.
January, often referred to as “Divorce Month” by numerous matrimonial law attorneys, sees an uptick in new case filings immediately following the New Year.
The first holiday season after a divorce can be difficult, but the joyous time of year doesn’t have to be a drag if you remember to keep these 6 simple rules in mind.
Going through a divorce can be a highly antagonistic affair, and oftentimes matters can be made worse when one spouse decides to hide their assets in an effort to protect them from being divided.
The 2016 holiday season is officially here. While usually a chaotic (but joyous!) time, the holidays can bring about additional challenges for divorced couples as they try to figure out how to juggle co-parenting responsibilities during this festive time of year.
For the most part, the divorce process for members of the military is no different than it is for civilians.
A divorce involving children can be an incredibly difficult experience, especially when it comes to learning how to co-parent effectively.
When couples file for divorce, they do not immediately start living the lives they will lead post-marriage.
As a custodial parent, one of your primary goals is to promote a healthy and active relationship between your child and your ex-spouse.
For parents facing a contentious divorce, it's common to have very specific child custody and visitation goals in mind.
An allegation of child abuse is a very serious matter that the Court does not take lightly.
Brian D. Perskin & Associates P.C. is proud to announce that Attorney Evan S. Seckular has been honored by Super Lawyers this year! For his outstanding work in the matrimonial and family law arena, he has been selected for the 2016 New York Super Lawyers Rising Stars list.
Your divorce case will likely require you to appear in divorce court several times for different litigation sessions or to file and present your case before a judge.
News outlets across the country are buzzing with the announcement that Angelina Jolie has filed for divorce from her husband of two years, Brad Pitt.
There are has been a recent spike in couples pursuing divorces later in life, leading to the coinage of the term “Gray Divorce” to describe this occurrence.