What is Marital Property?
The first step in determining how to divide property in a divorce is to figure out what property will be divided in the first place.
How Does Child Support Work in New York?
Child support is the financial support parents are required to provide for their children. Contrary to popular belief, child support is the responsibility of both parents.
How Does Custody Work in a New York Divorce?
If you have children under 18, you’ll need to speak to “custody” in your divorce agreement—specifically, “legal custody” and “physical custody.”
How Does Divorce Mediation Work in New York?
Part of the mediator’s role is to help you communicate the most effective way possible, with a focus on the future.
Avoiding Court in a New York Divorce
The law in New York allows you to resolve your divorce outside the court system and to submit what you’ve worked out to the court for approval, all without having to set foot in a courtroom.
How Long Does it Take to Get Divorced in New York?
Anyone at the outset of a time- and resource-intensive process like divorce wants to know how long the process will take. It seems like a straightforward enough question. So why is it so hard to get an answer?