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Divorce Attorney Family Law Document Review Services

Divorce Attorney Family Law Document Review Services

Divorce Attorney Family Law Document Review Services

Legal documents in a divorce are extremely important and dictate the terms of your separation. They also dictate how child custody, child support, alimony, and other divorce issues will be handled. No matter how much you may trust the other side, if someone puts legal papers in front of you to sign, it’s critical to ensure these documents protect your rights and the best interest of your family before signing on the dotted line. Even if you believe everyone has your best interests at heart, what may appear to be an inconsequential issue or an oversight now, could have lasting negative effects on your life and well-being for years to come. Only a family law attorney with years of experience will know what to look for to ensure your best interests are really protected now and in the future.

At Hornberger, Verbitsky, P.C., we have reviewed thousands of family law documents and found many issues that would have cost our clients many thousands of dollars and the peace of mind that enabled them to live their best life going forward. We encourage you to get experienced legal counsel before signing any document to ensure you are protected and can be confident in the legal agreements you sign.

Here are just a few of the kinds of documents you should have reviewed by experienced family law attorneys before signing.

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Should You Record Your Ex During Your Divorce?

Should You Record Your Ex During Your Divorce?

Should You Record Your Ex During Your Divorce?

Recording Interactions with Your Ex During Your Long Island Divorce  

It’s important to cover your bases when getting a divorce on Long Island. You can be sure that your ex-spouse isn’t going to protect you, nor will their legal team. It’s up to you to make sure you have the evidence and support you need during your divorce.

Here’s what you should know about recording interactions with your ex and how to get the help you need during the difficult process of dissolving your marriage.​

 

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What Not to Say About Your Ex-Spouse During Your Divorce

What Not to Say About Your Ex-Spouse During Your Divorce

What Not to Say About Your Ex-Spouse During Your Divorce

What you say about your ex-spouse during the process of dissolving your marriage can either help or hurt your divorce on Long Island.

While no one is expecting you to sing their praises, there are some things you definately shouldn’t say about your ex for your own protection.

You should avoid saying things like:

 

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How to Interact with Your Children During Your Divorce

How to Interact with Your Children During Your Divorce

How to Interact with Your Children During Your Divorce

As a parent going through a divorce in New York, all eyes tend to be on you. Your soon-to-be-ex, the judge, the guardian ad litem, and other key parties will all be paying close attention to how you interact with your children. They’ll be looking for signs of child abuse or domestic violence, and will be evaluating the impact of your home environment on your children’s wellbeing.

Here are some simple guidelines on how to interact with your children during a divorce to ensure you get the best outcome and how to get experienced legal help during this difficult chapter in your life.

 

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How to Keep Your Cool During a Long Island Divorce

How to Keep Your Cool During a Long Island Divorce

How to Keep Your Cool During a Long Island Divorce

Keeping your cool during your divorce can be very challenging, but it is one of the most important things you can do to prevent unwanted escalation and negative consequences. This is particularly true if you and your ex-spouse aren’t able to get along or have difficulty communicating with each other. That said, it’s absolutely necessary to give it your best effort.

Here are several things to consider and what you need to do to get experienced family legal help you can trust.

 

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Why Act Like Someone Is Watching You During Divorce

Why Act Like Someone Is Watching You During Divorce

Why Act Like Someone Is Watching You During Divorce

Divorcing your spouse is often a long, emotional, complex process that saps you of time, energy, and money. Despite most divorces being emotionally tumultuous, you aren’t afforded much reprieve; there is little to no grace for you if you make a mistake.

Here’s why you should behave as if someone is watching your every move during your Long Island divorce and what you can do to protect your legal rights and best interests from a spouse who may attempt to make you look like someone you’re not.

 

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