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  • When Can You Record Another Person in New York State?
    When Can You Record Another Person in New York State?

    I am often asked whether or not one can record another person. This issue comes up most often during custody issues when allegations are contradictory as to what is being said between parents. The ...

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  • Equitable Distribution and the Separate Marital Residence
    Equitable Distribution and the Separate Marital Residence

    Generally speaking a marital residence that is the separate property of one party to the marriage is not subject to equitable distribution without a showing that it has been transformed or transmuted ...

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  • What Is An Uncontested Divorce?
    What Is An Uncontested Divorce?

    Each week I received a number of phone calls whereby people state that they wish to obtain an uncontested divorce. However, many people are confused as to what an uncontested divorce is. The simple ...

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  • Terrence Howard seeks modification to divorce agreement
    Terrence Howard seeks modification to divorce agreement

    New York residents who may be contemplating divorce might be interested in Terrence Howard's current situation. The Oscar-nominated actor says he is unable to pay alimony to his second wife. He is ...

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  • Negotiating property division in New York
    Negotiating property division in New York

    Many divorced couples in New York understand how problematic property division can be if not managed properly. Often times, people are still held liable by creditors if their name is still attached to ...

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  • Former Dodgers owner caught in divorce fees fight
    Former Dodgers owner caught in divorce fees fight

    When Frank McCourt, former owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers, divorced his wife Jamie in 2012, Jamie received $131 million tax-free as part of the divorce settlement. New York readers may remember that ...

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