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How to Nullify a Prenuptial Agreement

How to Nullify a Prenuptial Agreement

Prenuptial agreements are entered into to provide a complete resolution as to how the financial aspects of a marriage will be handled if there is ever a divorce. The agreement is meant to be one that lasts for the entire marriage and becomes operational upon divorce. However, it is not uncommon at...

Using Artificial Intelligence to Manage Custody

Using Artificial Intelligence to Manage Custody

Once you get through your divorce, if you have children together, you will still have to have an ongoing parenting relationship with your ex. Negotiating schedule changes, coordinating exchanges, making big decisions about education or medical care, and staying informed about events in your...

13 Signs It May Be Time for a Divorce

13 Signs It May Be Time for a Divorce

If you’re unhappy or dissatisfied with your marriage, you may be thinking about divorce. However, divorce is a huge step with financial, emotional, and lifestyle repercussions and is not a decision to be made lightly. In a complex financial situation, divorce can be expensive and...

Defamation and Divorce

Defamation and Divorce

Divorce is often filled with recriminations, blame, and mudslinging. It’s not unusual for a divorcing couple to say derogatory things about each other. This type of conflict is common, but sometimes it rises to the point where legal proceedings are necessary to manage it.
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Impact of Divorce on Powers of Attorney and Health Care Proxies

Impact of Divorce on Powers of Attorney and Health Care Proxies

It is very likely that your legal team encouraged you and your spouse to create health care proxies, and powers of attorney while you were married. These documents provide protection for situations in which you are unable to make your own health or financial situations - most couples name each as...

How to Keep Your Divorce Off Social Media

How to Keep Your Divorce Off Social Media

When couples who are in the public eye divorce, social media can become a platform for attacks, misinformation, and conflict. It is possible to keep your private affairs from becoming public and avoid the publicity involved with dissecting the end of your relationship on social media.
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NFTs and Divorce

NFTs and Divorce

NFTs (non-fungible tokens) are unique digital files that have become the fastest-growing segment of the art world. These assets' high value and speculative nature make them items that must be carefully assessed in a divorce.
What Is an NFT? NFTs are digital items of value created on...

This Is the Biggest Sign That Your Marriage Will End in Divorce

This Is the Biggest Sign That Your Marriage Will End in Divorce

If there was a test that would tell you if your marriage would end in divorce, would you want to take it? Therapist Dr. John Gottman has spent 40 years studying married couples and analyzing why some marriages end and others don’t. His research is able to predict with 90% accuracy whether a...

8 Best Marriage Therapists in Nassau County

8 Best Marriage Therapists in Nassau County

If you are unhappy in your marriage and considering divorce, the first call you should make is not to a divorce lawyer, but to a marriage therapist. A Nassau County marriage therapist can help you resolve the issues in your marriage and bring happiness back into your life.
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Trusts and Divorce in New York

Trusts and Divorce in New York

You most likely set up trusts as part of your comprehensive estate plan to transfer assets outside of probate. You may have revocable and/or irrevocable trusts in place. Now that you are considering or are filing for divorce, it is important to understand how the divorce may impact those trusts,...