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Protocol for Speaking With an Ex in Writing

When your divorce case is being litigated in court, you may want to take extra care and consideration when speaking with a former spouse. While some people can remain friendly and amicable throughout ...
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When to Move Out of the Marital Home

One of the biggest issues that is brought up in divorce is whether or not to move out of the family home. The home is usually the largest asset a couple has and there is usually emotional ties to ...
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Should I Settle My Divorce or Let the Court Decide?

No one looks forward to the months of litigation that often follow a divorce. Arguing spouses are often unable to agree on property division, child custody, and spousal support, among other issues. ...
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Will Divorce Mediation Work for You?

When you think of divorce, you may think of a long and drawn out court process where you and your spouse argue back and forth about property division, spousal support, and child custody. While this is ...
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Is There Any Hope When No One Sees My Ex's True Colors?

It is no wonder that the moment someone is involved in a court case, they present the best versions of themselves. Just a quick online search can show you how to dress and act in a courtroom, allowing ...
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Searching For Hidden Assets in Divorce

One of the issues that is settled during a divorce case is how a couple will separate the property that they have accrued in their time together. Known as marital property, this consists of any ...
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Dividing Your Property During Divorce

Under New York law, when a couple divorces, they split their property along the lines of equitable distribution. Equitable distribution means that the court determines what is fair for each spouse to ...
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How Important is Hiring the Right Lawyer?

Hiring an experienced divorce attorney for your case can make a significant difference. There are any number of factors that can unexpectedly arise in a divorce, and without someone familiar with the ...
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Do I Need a Lawyer For a Divorce?

One of the biggest things that can determine the outcome of a divorce is how the couple seeking the separation is able to work with one other. Some couples are able to peacefully resolve their ...
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Attorney Vetrano & Staff Contribute to Toy Drive

(At the Law Office of Dennis R. Vetrano, Jr., LLC, we fully support the holiday season—a season of giving. That is why our team contributed to the Greater Hudson Valley Toy Drive, put on by ...
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New York divorce reform proves costly for affluent couples

After many years of trying without success to change the way divorces are conducted in New York, legislators passed a law in 2010 giving New Yorkers long-awaited access to no-fault divorce. But ...
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New study: more divorced or separated women living (happily) alone

It's no secret that attitudes about divorce have changed dramatically in just a few generations. Divorce no longer carries the stigma it once did, and many individuals go on to lead even happier ...
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Boomer divorce rates spike, highlighting unique needs

Baby boomers have started divorcing so frequently in recent years that the trend has earned its own nickname: gray divorce. According to a study conducted by Bowling Green University, divorce among ...
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Mediation may be a better option, especially for your employer

Divorce is a process that signifies more than just the end of a marriage; it also leads to a change in lifestyle. From potentially shifting to a single income and moving into a new home, the end of a ...
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