High Cost of Litigating Your Divorce: 4 Attorneys & The Sale of a Marital Home . . . Why Can’t They Just Figure it Out?
While I was in Kings County Court this week waiting for a case to be heard, I observed a well-dressed and seemingly well-to-do divorcing couple “duel” it out in Court. Two lawyers…Read More
Do I need an attorney for any other reason if I decide to file by myself?
No, not necessarily. However, it may be beneficial for you to hire a Limited-Scope Attorney. The main purpose would be to discuss the legal ramifications of divorce. Filing for divorce,…Read More
How do I file for an uncontested divorce in New York?
There are two ways to file for an uncontested divorce. You may elect to hire an attorney to prepare and file your paperwork. If you do not wish to hire…Read More
What is an uncontested divorce?
A divorce is considered uncontested where the parties have resolved all issues relating to the divorce such as grounds for divorce, distribution of marital assets and debt, child-custody, child-support, and…Read More
How are contested issues resolved?
Contested issues may be resolved in a number of ways including mediation, arbitration, med-arb/arb-med, or traditional litigation.Read More
What is a contested divorce?
A divorce is considered contested where spouses have been unable to successfully negotiate all legal issues relating to their divorce such as grounds for divorce, distribution of marital assets and…Read More