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Can I Obtain an Order of Protection?

Domestic violence can include a physical assault, controlling, harassing behavior, financial and other abuse. If you fear for your safety or the safety of your children, you may need to seek an order of protection to keep yourself and your children safe from the offending party.

If you feel...

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Separation Agreement vs. Divorce Agreement

Breakups are complicated — splitting up, divorcing, or separating can be one of the most traumatic human experiences.

Many people are hesitant to jump straight to divorce when a relationship is disintegrating due to the extensive psychological and financial ramifications of officially dissolving a marriage. It’s for this...

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Are Prenuptial Agreements Only For The Wealthy?

Marriage is an economic partnership. Most people would not go into a new business partnership without clearly outlining the financial terms to protect themselves if the partnership does not work out. 

Although prenuptial agreements sometimes have a stigma of being associated with celebrities or a wealthy individual and...

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How Does Shared 50/50 Custody Work?

Child custody is not one size fits all, as there are many different types of custody arrangements possible. 50/50 custody is one of the most common types of arrangements, as it can give the child quality time with both parents equally. 

If you or the other parent are...

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Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency in Divorce Cases

Cryptocurrency is becoming increasingly popular, making it more common in divorces. However, because cryptocurrency is still relatively new and unknown to many, it can add a layer of complication to a divorce case.

If either spouse is involved with cryptocurrency, it is essential to have a New York...

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Who Gets to Keep the Engagement Ring?

Who gets to keep the engagement ring after a couple decides to divorce? You would think there would be a simple answer to this question because it was a gift from one person to another. So the gift receiver should keep the ring, right? Not so fast.

As...

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