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  • Why You Should Retain A Divorce Attorney
    Why You Should Retain A Divorce Attorney

    Choosing the right divorce attorney is critical. Unless you truly have no assets/debts, no children, no house and no retirement assets then going it alone is really not a good option. No matter how ...

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  • Should I Have My Spouse's Business Evaluated
    Should I Have My Spouse's Business Evaluated

    Many of my clients are self-employed. They may work alone, with their spouse and/or with employees. The question that comes up is what is the value of the business for divorce purposes and should the ...

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  • Cheepo Divorce: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly
    Cheepo Divorce: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

    Like most things in life you receive what you pay for. I will not say that hiring the most expensive lawyer gives you the best divorce , nor will I say that hiring an inexpensive lawyer for a ...

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  • The Importance Of Your Statement Of Net Worth In Divorce
    The Importance Of Your Statement Of Net Worth In Divorce

    One of the most critical documents in your divorce is the Statement of Net Worth ("SNW"). Often overlooked by clients who leave items out, over or understate values and expenses and fail to report ...

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  • How Should You Negotiate Finances In A Divorce
    How Should You Negotiate Finances In A Divorce

    Should I demand a high amount of money or from the other point of view should I make a low offer? Most lawyers will do one or the other dependent upon which side they represent in a contested divorce ...

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  • Hurricane Sandy House Case
    Hurricane Sandy House Case

    Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on Long Island in many communities. One family had already resolved their contested divorce case and had agreed to list their home for sale at $1,399,000 which was the ...

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