Elder Law Newsletter: September 2017

By | September 19th, 2017|Uncategorized|

Can Poor Sleep Increase Your Risk of Alzheimer's ? If you would like to be subscribed to a bi-monthly Elder Law newsletter. Please do not hesitate to ask by e-mailing: marketing@aldplaw.net. Staten Island Divorce Divorce Mediation Marital Property Division Child Custody & Visitation New York Child Support Guidelines Spousal [...]

Elder Law Newsletter: July 2017

By | July 26th, 2017|Uncategorized|

The Senate Releases its Health Care Bill…Now What?   If you would like to be subscribed to a bi-monthly Elder Law newsletter. Please do not hesitate to ask by e-mailing: marketing@aldplaw.net. Staten Island Divorce Divorce Mediation Marital Property Division Child Custody & Visitation New York Child Support Guidelines Spousal [...]

Elder Law Newsletter: May 2017

By | July 21st, 2017|Uncategorized|

The First 100 Days and the New Health Care Bill: What They Mean For Seniors, Veterans and the Disabled. If you would like to be subscribed to a bi-monthly Elder Law newsletter. Please do not hesitate to ask by e-mailing: marketing@aldplaw.net. Staten Island Divorce Divorce Mediation Marital Property Division [...]

What Options Exist When Child Support Payments Are Not Enough?

By | July 17th, 2017|Uncategorized|

What options exist when child support payments are not enough? The Court creates a child support order to ensure that children living with one parent, but separated from the other, receive the full financial support of two parents. The payments support the child's wellbeing, providing for his or her mental, physical and emotional [...]

Collaborative Divorce and Avoiding the Pitfalls of a Litigated Divorce

By | May 1st, 2017|Collaborative Divorce|

Collaborative Divorce and Avoiding the Pitfalls of a Litigated Divorce According to Forbes, the collaborative divorce process avoids one of the biggest drawbacks of a traditional case, which are the financial pitfalls that come along with a contested litigated divorce. One of the things that clients struggle with the most during their litigated [...]

Navigating Divorce

By | February 26th, 2017|Divorce|

yer Navigating Divorce As spouses begin the process of divorce, it is easy to become overwhelmed by the process and through navigating divorce. Marital property, separate property, physical custody and legal custody are only a few of the terms that divorcing individuals must learn throughout the process. As you move forward with a [...]

Collaborative Divorce Can be a Viable Option

By | February 1st, 2017|Collaborative Law, Divorce, Divorce Mediation|

Collaborative Divorce can be a Viable Option Collaborative divorce still remains a fairly new area of law. Many individuals do not understand the concept of collaborative law or do not grasp the benefits. The truth is, collaborative law helps many couples avoid an expensive and emotional legal process and proves beneficial to many. Couples [...]

Collaborative Divorce as an Option

By | January 9th, 2017|Collaborative Law|

Collaborative divorce is a newer trend in the area of divorce throughout the country. Because it is new, many divorcing couples in the United States often overlook it. Truthfully, however, collaborative divorce is a problem solving process that can save on the expense and emotion of a divorce. Collaborative divorce is a type of [...]

What is a Temporary Divorce Order?

By | December 18th, 2016|Divorce|

Just as every marriage is unique, every divorce is unique as well. Some divorce processes proceed peacefully, relatively quickly and relatively inexpensively. Others can drag out for years. Unfortunately, the process of separating from one’s spouse can be unpredictable. So even if you think that your divorce will proceed in as smooth a fashion [...]

Do I Qualify for Child Support?

By | December 14th, 2016|Child Support|

Child custody has many different facets, which means that the question of eligibility for child support also does not have a single answer. In New York, the arrangements regarding child custody can differ tremendously. So, who is eligible for child support? A parent who primarily takes care of the child will often be eligible [...]