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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DURING COVID-19 Domestic violence is always a concern, but with people isolated together during the Covid-19 crisis, facing financial difficulties and work-related stresses, there has been a marked uptick in reports of domestic violence. New York State Police have reported a 15% increase of domestic violence calls from this time last year. To…

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GETTING MARRIED DURING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC?   Want to Get Married during the Coronavirus Pandemic?  Congratulations!  No need to go to the chapel or the clerk’s office. With public access to many town and city offices having been restricted due to the pandemic, couples seeking to get married this spring have had issues getting marriage licenses. …

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 CO-PARENTING DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC As the coronavirus continues to spread throughout our community, it has upended life in many ways. Here are some issues to be aware of if you are going through a divorce, or are co-parenting with a former partner or spouse in these troubled times. As of March 16, 2020, the…

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PRO’S AND CON’S OF BANKRUPTCY CHAPTER 7 DURING COVID-19 With many families already struggling to pay their bills, the Coronavirus pandemic is likely to result in a record high number of bankruptcy filings[1]. Even with direct payments from the federal government, a lot of people will be forced to borrow heavily from credit cards to…

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Three Things to Know about a Prenuptial Agreement Congratulations on your engagement!  Now that you have decided to get married, picked your date, and are in the midst of wedding planning, we want you to consider adding a consult with a family law attorney to discuss prenuptial agreements to your to-do list. Here are three…

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HELP YOUR CHILD COPE WITH A PARENTAL SPLIT Going through a divorce can be a period of profound upheaval for all involved, but particularly for children. Studies have shown that there can be significant impact on children of divorced parents, which can continue into adulthood. Staying together solely “for the children,” however, can be equally…

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Things to Know Before Filing for Divorce in New York State The divorce rate in New York State is among the lowest in the country. However, many people still end their marriages for various reasons. It is one of the most difficult decisions one can make in life, and divorce can be physically, financially, and…

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Alternatives to Divorce and Options for Separating If you are having difficulties in your relationship with your spouse, it can help to know the different options that are available to you. Marriage Counseling Meeting with a marriage counselor can help bring to light any underlying issues causing difficulty in a relationship, and provide guidance to…

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WHAT THE ORANGE COUNTY SOCIAL HOST LAW MEANS FOR YOU     It is holiday time. Food and drink and parties. College kids home from school. So now is the time to think about what is your responsibility for those around you, who are under 21, in your home, drinking alcoholic beverages. If you are over…

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Three Things Every Senior Should Know About Divorce Divorces after the age of 55 are becoming increasingly common, and those leaving long-term marriages are now more likely to enter into new marriages. Here are three topics to keep in mind if you are contemplating a divorce or entering into a new relationship: Division of retirement…

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