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How Can I Protect My Finances During My Divorce?

How Can I Protect My Finances During My Divorce?

How Can I Protect My Finances During My Divorce?

Considering the option of getting a divorce on Long Island is a significant life event, even if your only just mulling it over or slowly getting things in order in preparation. One critical thing to prepare for well in advance if you can is protecting your finances. Here’s how and who can help you navigate finances in the New York family law system during this difficult time.

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Will I Pay More Alimony If My Spouse Has a Disability?

Will I Pay More Alimony If My Spouse Has a Disability?

Will I Pay More Alimony If My Spouse Has a Disability?

If you live on Long Island and are divorcing a spouse that has a disability, you may have questions about whether you will be required to pay more alimony or make payments for an extended period of time following your divorce.

The always difficult decision to end your marriage through divorce can become even more so when it involves someone with a disability. Your spouse may be reliant on you and your health insurance and income, and separating in such a situation can be exceedingly complex.

Our goal with this article is to inform you of your rights and what legal options are available to you if you decide to divorce and your spouse has a disability. Here’s what you should do if you’re considering a divorce and are concerned about paying alimony if your spouse has a disability that affects their ability to work.

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5 Red Flags to Look for In Your Child Custody Agreement

5 Red Flags to Look for In Your Child Custody Agreement

5 Red Flags to Look for In Your Child Custody Agreement

Getting a divorce on Long Island is difficult enough, but when you’re dissolving your marriage (or an unmarried partnership) after having children, things can become much more complex. After your split, you’ll likely have a child custody agreement in place that discusses what you and your ex can and can’t do with regard to the wellbeing of your child.

Before signing on the dotted line, make sure there are no red flags that give your ex too much authority over the legal and physical custody of your child. Here are 5 red flags to watch out for and how to get the legal help you need.

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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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Why Is My Long Island Divorce Getting So Expensive?

Why Is My Long Island Divorce Getting So Expensive?

Why Is My Long Island Divorce Getting So Expensive?

When going through the process of getting a divorce on Long Island, you may notice that the cost of dissolving your marriage just seems to be getting higher and higher. When this is the case, it’s important to take a look at what may be driving up the cost of your divorce and what you can do to get your expenses under control. Here’s what may be blowing your divorce budget and how to get the legal help you need now.

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Why Is My Long Island Divorce Taking So Long?

Why Is My Long Island Divorce Taking So Long?

Why Is My Long Island Divorce Taking So Long?

If your Long Island divorce is dragging out longer than you expected, this can have several negative consequences. The longer it takes to fully dissolve your marriage, the more expensive your divorce will likely be. It’s smart to manage your overall costs of divorce by minding how much time various aspects of your divorce take for you and your attorney.

Here are some common things that can inflate the time spent on your divorce and what you can do to try to avoid this.

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