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Five Tips for Surviving a Divorce Deposition

There are few parts of the divorce process as difficult as a deposition. There are many reasons for this, from the often-arduous preparation involved to the direct nature of questioning. Regardless of why it is so difficult, the simple fact remains that your divorce will require a deposition. The experienced attorneys at Brian D. Perskin … Read more

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How to Be Grateful Even When You’re Divorcing

Being grateful while going through a divorce sounds like a tall order. How can anyone expect to be happy when their marriage, one of the pillars upon which they have built a life, is ending? After all, surviving divorce is difficult enough before gratitude enters the picture.  It may sound strange but being grateful while … Read more

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Simple Ways to Budget Your Money When Going Through a Divorce

Money caused 21 percent of divorces in the United States, a 2017 study performed by MagnifyMoney indicates. Perhaps more shocking is that the more an individual in this study earned, the more likely they were to list money as the reason for their divorce. All of this is to say that financial concerns weigh heavy … Read more

Preparing for Divorce: The Top Three Tips You Need to Know

There are a few events in life that require the utmost preparedness. The college application process, changing jobs or careers, and getting married are three that spring easily to mind. Then there is divorce. It may seem counterintuitive to talk about preparing for divorce, but the stark fact is that divorce happens. There were upwards … Read more

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What You Need to Know About Your Divorce Decree Before You Sign It

Despite having one of the lowest divorce rates in the country, New York is still home to many people ending their marriage. Whatever the reason – from infidelity to financial hardship to general unhappiness – you want to head into divorce with full knowledge of the process and all of your rights. That is where … Read more

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How to Request Temporary Exclusive Use of a Marital Home

Married couples often wait until the very last minute before divorcing. While this provides the hope of reconciliation, often this just isn’t the case. Instead, waiting this long muddies the waters of strife. When a married couple divorces, they sometimes don’t have the means or resources to move out into another property. This, unfortunately, leads … Read more

How Long Can a Marriage Last and Still be Annulled?

Marriages are usually an unforgettable experience between two people madly in love. Sometimes, however, marriages are short and tumultuous, or even mistakes. In these cases, many people seek to remove any memories of marriage through an annulment. An annulment is a process where a marriage is rendered legally void – as if it didn’t exist. … Read more

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How Does Arbitration Compare to Mediation in a Divorce?

When a couple decides to divorce, there are a variety of options open to them. While some may choose to seek a trial, others may choose to avoid the courts and instead consider arbitration or mediation. But what are these processes and how does arbitration compare to mediation in a divorce? What is Arbitration? Arbitration … Read more

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Emotional Abuse During Your Divorce: The Signs and How the Law Can Help

Divorce can be one of the most stressful experiences an individual will go through in their lifetime. If your partner thinks you are to blame, they may go out of their way to make it even more stressful for you. Other times, your spouse may resort to behaviors which cause you extreme emotional distress. Either … Read more

emotional abuse during divorce

DEALING WITH YOUR SPOUSE’S AFFAIR

  Most people go into a marriage believing that they would never be the victim of an affair. While for some people, infidelity is not a deal breaker, for others, it can be the cause of an immediate divorce. For certain individuals, they don’t care about reasons or excuses. For them, cheating means divorce. However, … Read more