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How to Keep Your Divorce Amicable & Not Contentious

How to Keep Your Divorce Amicable & Not Contentious

How to Keep Your Divorce Amicable & Not Contentious

Getting a divorce is hard, even if it’s something both you and your soon-to-be-ex-spouse have decided is right for your family. Ideally, your separation will be amicable. However, due to the nature of divorce and the various legal cases under its umbrella, like child custody and alimony or spousal support, things can become heated quickly.

If you and your spouse are able to communicate, there are things you can do to help keep your divorce amicable and prevent if from degrading into an adversarial Contested Divorce. Here’s what it takes to have an amicable Long Island divorce.

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What Should I Say About My Long Island Divorce on Social Media?

What Should I Say About My Long Island Divorce on Social Media?

What Should I Say About My Long Island Divorce on Social Media?

Getting a divorce is emotional and can make you feel very alone. You may be tempted to turn to social media to get support for the end of your marriage, but this could actually have very negative consequences for your case. What you say or pictures you post on social media have the power to strip you of things like child custody, alimony, and more. 

Here’s what you should know about discussing the dissolution of your marriage on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or TikTok and where to get legal help quickly. 

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What If the Court Finds Both Parents Are Unfit?

What If the Court Finds Both Parents Are Unfit?

What If the Court Finds Both Parents Are Unfit?

When two parents separate or get a divorce, who the child will primarily live with and who gets to spend time with the child in what types of environments must be decided. Often, this isn’t exceedingly complex; if one parent is considered unfit or a danger to the child, they will simply live with the other. However, there are some family legal cases where the capacity of both parents to care for their child is in question.

Here’s what you should know about how courts decide whether a parent is unfit or not and who to call when you need family legal advocacy you can trust.

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Top 10 Checklist for Your Long Island Prenuptial Agreement

Top 10 Checklist for Your Long Island Prenuptial Agreement

Top 10 Checklist for Your Long Island Prenuptial Agreement

It’s more important than ever to consider having a prenuptial agreement in place before entering into the legal contract known as marriage. While it’s great to think that your marriage will be a romantic adventure where you will both live happily every after, we don’t have to call up statistics to know that this isn’t always the case. With more couples marrying later in life when they may have more financial assets before the union, it’s important to discuss the protections a prenup can afford you with an experienced Long Island divorce lawyer prior to entering your marriage.

Here’s a checklist of top 10 things you want to be sure your prenuptial agreement will cover.  

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How to Set Yourself Up for Success in Your Divorce

How to Set Yourself Up for Success in Your Divorce

How to Set Yourself Up for Success in Your Divorce

Many divorced people wish they had gone into their Long Island divorce better prepared, especially when it came to asset division and alimony payments. This is true for those who were not the main income earner or were a stay-at-home parent who made non-monetary contributions to the household, but also for the main breadwinner. Taking some time to plan out your divorce before jumping in feet first will help you avoid regrets over a less-than-ideal result for many years to come. Here are few pointers to help you succeed before, during and after your divorce.

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How to Save Time & Money on Divorce Lawyer

How to Save Time & Money on Divorce Lawyer

How to Save Time & Money on Divorce Lawyer

How Not to Waste Your Long Island Divorce Lawyer’s Time 

Hiring a divorce lawyer or family law attorney is a significant investment of time and money. The old saying “Time is money” is never more appropriate than when working with any attorney. The more time a lawyer has to spend on your case, the more money it will cost you. Make sure you’re not wasting your lawyer’s time — and your money — when working together to dissolve your marriage. Here are some tips to keep interactions with your attorney effective and efficient, and where to get comprehensive legal support when going through a divorce.

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