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How Can I Get My Soon to Be Ex Spouse to Leave the Home?

How Can I Get My Soon to Be Ex Spouse to Leave the Home?

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Living with your soon-to-be-ex-spouse under the same roof after you’ve decided to get a divorce can be extremely uncomfortable. If neither of you wants to leave the home, what are your options? Does New York law allow you to evict your spouse? Here’s what you need to know.

Eviction Defined

Eviction is a legal remedy that allows a landlord to require a tenant to leave property the landlord owns or leases. In most cases, this occurs because a tenant has failed to pay their rent on time, or if they’ve committed a crime on the property. If a landlord wishes to evict a tenant, they must pursue a court order that gives them the right to force the unwilling tenant to leave the residence within a certain amount of time and remove their belongings from the property.

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What Will Happen to My Bank Accounts in My Divorce?

What Will Happen to My Bank Accounts in My Divorce?

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In the event of a divorce on Long Island, all of a couple’s assets, property, and debts are divided between them in a process known as Equitable Distribution. Under New York law, this is done equitably, meaning fair but not necessarily equal. Here’s what you need to know about what may happen to your bank accounts after your divorce and how to get legal help to protect your financial assets as you dissolve your marriage.

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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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Before Choosing a Family Law Attorney or Divorce Lawyer

Before Choosing a Family Law Attorney or Divorce Lawyer

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If you’re considering getting divorced, working with a Long Island family law attorney or divorce lawyer is critical. Your attorney can be a great asset to you if you select the right one. Here’s what to understand about choosing a divorce attorney:

Long Island Divorce Options

Before selecting an attorney to represent you in your divorce, it’s important to understand what options are available to you and to have realistic expectations of the entire process. If you choose a family law lawyer who is skilled in divorce mediation because you want to resolve your divorce amicably, but your ex-spouse contests nearly every aspect of the divorce, you could be stuck litigating a settlement with an attorney who doesn’t have the expertise to represent you in the courtroom.

Here’s what you need to know about aligning your options for divorce with your goals and your current situation to choose a Long Island divorce lawyer that best fits your needs: (more…)

Do You Need a Long Island Prenuptial Agreement If You Have No Assets?

Do You Need a Long Island Prenuptial Agreement If You Have No Assets?

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Many people on Long Island believe that prenuptial agreements are for affluent or older couples who have prior assets and are entering into marriage. They believe that since they’re young and have few assets, a prenup isn’t for them. However, this isn’t usually the case. Prenuptial agreements can put protections in place for all soon-to-be wed couples, even if they don’t have a lot of money to their name. Here’s what you need to know about Long Island prenuptial agreements and how one can protect your interests, well-to-do or not. (more…)

5 Things Parents Should Ask For in a Long Island Divorce

5 Things Parents Should Ask For in a Long Island Divorce

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Knowing how to ask for provisions that your family will need both during the divorce process and after isn’t often easy. If you’re a parent going through the process of divorce, or even if you’re simply considering your options, you may not know where to start. The first step is understanding what you need in the divorce and why you need it. (more…)

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