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What Is Parental Alienation or Manipulation?

What Is Parental Alienation or Manipulation?

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Parental alienation, or parental manipulation, is all too common in high-conflict divorces or child custody battles. Unfortunately, it’s also devastating and can cause an irreparable breakdown of parent-child relationships. Here’s what you need to know about parental alienation and what your legal options are if you believe your child’s other parent is manipulating them to alienate you.

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Why Hire a Long Island Adoption Attorney?

Why Hire a Long Island Adoption Attorney?

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Adopting a child is highly rewarding, but can also be an overwhelming and stressful process. If you’re pursuing domestic or international adoption on Long Island, New York, it’s important to work with an experienced professional who can help you navigate the challenges ahead to forge a path toward adoption success.

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7 Questions to Divorce or Legal Separation Decision

7 Questions to Divorce or Legal Separation Decision

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If you’re considering ending your marriage, there are generally two options available on Long Island, NY: legal separation or divorce. While divorce may be your first inclination, especially when you’re in the emotional first stages of deciding to end your marriage, staying legally married but separated has many advantages and may be in your best interests until you’re fully committed to divorce. Here are some questions you can ask to determine if legal separation could be a better choice for you.

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How to Get the Most Out of Divorce Mediation

How to Get the Most Out of Divorce Mediation

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Divorce Mediation can be an excellent way to finalize your divorce if you and your ex-spouse are in agreement about some issues related to your separation and are willing to negotiate or reach a compromise on others. Find out if you need an attorney for your mediation on Long Island and if so, how can you get the most legal support for your money.

Learn About Legal Support During Mediation

An attorney is not legally necessary for mediation, but they are highly beneficial to ensure that your rights and best interests are protected throughout the process. Take some time to learn about what an attorney’s role is during mediation and how they provide support for you. Divorce mediators, for example, can provide legal information but not legal advice. They can discuss with you Long Island child custody laws, but they cannot tell you what you ought to do in your child custody case. Your lawyer, however, can let you know what your legal options are and which actions would be in your family’s best interest.

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Robert E. Hornberger on Podcast Discusses Marital Residence

Robert E. Hornberger on Podcast Discusses Marital Residence

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Attorney Robert E. Hornberger, Esq., of Hornberger Verbitsky, P.C., appears on Eye on Real Estate, a podcast and radio show with Dottie Hermann, CEO of Douglas Elliman, the fourth leading real estate firm in America. He discusses topics related to splitting the marital residence in New York and distributing separate and marital property in a divorce. Eye on Real Estate is dedicated to exploring mortgage news and market trends and answering tough real estate questions asked by listeners.

Here are some of the podcast’s highlights:

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Can You Divorce Without Spouse’s Consent on Long Island?

Can You Divorce Without Spouse’s Consent on Long Island?

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Usually, both spouses are present during a divorce on Long Island. They negotiate property division, spousal maintenance, child custody, and other pertinent matters, and when the papers are signed by both parties, the divorce becomes final.

However, not all divorces involve both spouses. In some cases, one spouse may be absent, leaving the other to manage the entirety of the divorce alone. But how does one get a divorce when the other spouse can’t, or won’t, participate? New York state law has a few provisions that allow one spouse to divorce the other, even if they’re not present.

Here are two situations where you may be dealing with divorcing without your spouse:

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