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February 2016 Archives

Can couples who are in high conflict mediate a divorce?

Just like every marriage in New York is unique, every divorce in New York is unique. The dynamics of how the couple works together to make decisions, care for the children, handle finances and other issues vary from marriage to marriage. There are also many reasons that people divorce. Some may be able to work together, but they simply fall out of love or fall in love with someone else. Others disagree on everything and fight over every decision or do not communicate well.

Modifying a child custody order in New York

When a couple divorces in New York there are many issues to resolve as they separate one life into two. This is true for the couple's property, finances and even their children. The couple will need a child custody and visitation order stating which parent will be making decisions for the children and when the children will be with each parent.

Dividing unvested stock options in a high asset divorce

Any time a couple divorces in New York, they will have to divide their assets. If the couple does not have many assets, this can be a relatively easy process. However, if the couple has a large number of assets this can be a very complex process. The couple may own a significant amount of real estate, have retirement plans, businesses and other valuable assets. These types of assets are not always easily divided.

Paying for child care and healthcare costs of minor children

It is not always easy for parents in New York to raise children. There are a large number of issues that parents deal with while trying to ensure their children grow up to be upstanding citizens. In addition to the behavioral upbringing, children can also be very costly financially and figuring out how to pay for everything can be difficult. This does not does not change if the parents are divorced either. However, how the parents pay for it changes.

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