Can I Move Out of New York State with My Child?

Congratulations on finalizing your divorce. You are on your way to creating a new happily ever after for you and your child(ren). If part of your new journey includes the desire to move out of state with your child, slow down, breathe, and take a pause before you sign...

10 Key Pieces of Divorce Advice

Divorce can be an emotional, complex, trying time. Here are ten key pieces of advice that have served me and my clients well as we traverse the world of divorce together.

Legal Remedies for Parental Alienation – Part 2

Any phase of the divorce process should be about your children. It’s always about the kids and nothing else is more important. Unfortunately, not all divorcing parents are amicable. Too frequently, the non-custodial parent attempts to hamper and frustrate the...

Parental Alienation: The Pendency of Divorce

Is your child’s other parent using negative manipulation to turn your child’s relationship with you against you?  This type of behavior common during the pendency of a divorce action or in post-divorce situations is what is known as parental alienation. One of the...

How to Manage Divorce During the Holidays

Navigating the complexities of divorce is a challenge even in amicable breakups. The holidays can compound stress and anxiety especially when children are involved. Create a season of joy with the intention to break away from the drama of divorce for the sake of your...

Divorcing A Narcissist

You’re married to a narcissist and ready to break free. First, congratulations on empowering yourself to take this next, crucial step toward your new life. Second, it is critical that you take time to find the right attorney to represent you. Divorce is painful but...

Important Financial Impacts of Gray Divorce

Divorce is hard enough as it is, but when the divorce occurs after a lengthy marriage filled with children, grandchildren, and loads of wonderful memories, it can be especially painful. This type of divorce characterized by lengthy marriage is frequently called a gray...