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Should You Move Out During A Divorce?
Should You Move Out During A Divorce?

After filing for divorce , you may be thinking, what do I do next? If you live with your spouse, you may have the urge to move out of your shared household and find an apartment or house to live in, and begin your next chapter. Our Long Island divorce attorneys at Friedman & ...

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  • Spousal Maintenance in a Same-Sex Divorce

    Same-sex couples have had the right to marry in New York since the passing of the 2011 Marriage Equality Act . The act afforded them all the ...

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  • How to Navigate Divorce During the Holidays

    The holidays are a time of the f’s: festivities, family, and food. Divorce doesn’t quite play into that. If you are navigating a divorce, you may be ...

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  • How To Talk To Your Child About Your Divorce

    When going through a divorce with children, one of the hardest things you have to do is tell your children that you are getting divorced. Your news ...

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  • How to Protect Your Child in a Divorce

    Divorce is never easy, even if it is an amicable split. No matter the circumstance, the well-being of your children should be at the forefront of ...

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  • The Do's and Don't's of Getting Divorced

    The truth is that not every marriage will endure the test of time. From a loss of romance to incompatible personalities, several issues can cause ...

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  • What is Considered Marital Property in New York?

    In divorce proceedings , New York state law recognizes two types of property. Separate property consists of property, investments, and cash that each ...

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  • How Long Does it Take to Get a NY Divorce?

    Contact Us! No one wants a long, drawn-out divorce that leaves everybody bitter and hurt, not to mention the expenses. However, many factors are ...

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  • How to Create New Holiday Traditions with Your Children After a Divorce

    The holiday season is upon us and, if you recently finalized your divorce , you might have some concerns regarding your plans for celebrating and ...

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  • Learning How to Co-Parent with Your Ex-Spouse

    Co-parenting after a divorce is often a tricky task for those who went through a particularly contentious process. However, for the benefit of your ...

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