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The True Impact of Divorce on Children

Written by Bruce Feinstein, Esq. on . Posted in Divorce Blog

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Shedding light on how divorce can impact children, and the realities of the long-term effects that divorce has on families.

We have a long-established stigma about divorce and its impact on children. It’s common knowledge that divorce is stressful for children of all ages, and that it deeply impacts their lives. But what is the true nature of divorce and its impact on children? Is it always a bad ending? Recent news suggests otherwise. Studies are showing that a very small percentage of children experience serious issues after parents divorce. So we decided to take a look at these findings and offer some insight on ways to help children in their post-divorce lives.

Four Essential Questions to Ask Your Potential Divorce Lawyer

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Four Essential Questions to Ask Your Potential Divorce Lawyer

Remember these key questions when meeting a divorce lawyer during the hiring process.

It’s well known that dealing with divorce can involve complicated financial, personl, and family decisions. But what about picking your divorce lawyer? Finding the best divorce lawyer in New York for your case includes some careful research, but this topic is just not covered as well as other aspects of divorce. As we enter the second half of the year, we take a look at four key questions to ask a potential divorce lawyer.

Women and Divorce: How to Keep Divorce From Adversely Affecting Your Financial and Personal Life

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Women and Divorce: How to Keep Divorce From Adversely Affecting Your Financial and Personal Life

Understanding these five key issues can help women prepare for divorce and make the process easier and more financially manageable.

Divorce can help struggling couples reclaim their independence, but it is not without its dangers, especially for women. The physical and financial repercussions of divorce can be harder on women than men in various ways. A 2015 Duke University study of over 15,000 people found that “women who had been divorced once were 24% more likely to have a heart attack. Women divorced at least twice were 77% more likely to have a heart attack.”

From Tinder to the Courtroom – The Impact of Technology on Divorce

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From Tinder to the Courtroom - The Impact of Technology on Divorce

The growing impact of technology on society has led to great cultural advances, along with a larger playing field when it comes to satisfying ones vices.

Online dating and cheating sites such as Tinder, Grindr, Ashley Madison, and even Facebook have opened up a Pandora’s box of means for spouses to have affairs. As technology continues to impact people’s lives, spouses have started using these sites as means to gather evidence for – and as grounds for – divorce in some states and countries.

Understanding the Largely Unknown Postnuptial Agreement – What You Need to Know

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Understanding the Largely Unknown Postnuptial Agreement – What You Need to Know

Did you know there was such a thing as a postnuptial agreement? In this post we delve into this widely unknown legal agreement, its limitations, and the benefits it can provide to married couples in New York.

Many people do not know about the postnuptial agreement, or how it differs from the popular prenuptial agreement. Many of our clients are under the misconception that they are given the same protections with a postnuptial as they are with a prenuptial agreement. But there are differences. A prenuptial agreement protects all assets an individual had prior to entering a marriage. A postnuptial agreement covers all the disclosed financial assets two spouses own, including separate and marital property. It then defines the rights each spouse has during the marriage and how assets will be divided in the event of divorce or death.

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