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3 ways to keep the details of your divorce private

Divorce is one of the most difficult life events people go through, and it is not unusual for people to prefer that details of the divorce be kept private. However, keeping things private these days can be very difficult because of how easy it is for people to find information online or through their various networks.

How to take control of your future financially

Taking control of your future financially is important to anyone out there who wants to enjoy retirement. No one wants to work well into their golden years, which is why preparing financially at an early age can make all the difference. Here are some tips for taking charge of your financial future.

New York judge awards tri-custody to unconventional family

A judge in New York has marked a first for the state and awarded an unconventional family "tri-custody" after lengthy divorce and custody battle. The father of the child will retain an equal share in parenting time with his ex-wife and their former neighbor, the biological mother of the child.

New York family law: How does divorce affect inherited assets?

When couples in New York or elsewhere choose to end their marriages, they will likely have numerous questions about property division. It is understandable that both parties will want to walk away from the union with terms each feels is fair. When getting a divorce, though, there may be concerns about what is considered separate versus marital property -- particularly when it comes to assets given as gifts or received as inheritances. One's family law attorney will be able to go into great detail about this topic.

New York family law: Getting or fighting orders of protection

Domestic violence is a serious matter, one that is not taken lightly by law enforcement authorities in New York or elsewhere. Along with all of the criminal law concerns that accompany the accusations of domestic violence, there are also a number of family law matters that also need to be addressed by victims and their alleged abusers. Getting or fighting orders of protection, for instance, may require some legal assistance.

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