Kenneth Eiges Comments on New York Times Article, "Divorce Funding Firms Help Spouses Expecting Big Payouts"
Posted By Eiges & Orgel PLLC
Very few litigants in a divorce will be able to obtain loans to finance their divorce. Fortunately, in New York the law provides a way to obtain legal fees from your spouse. The spouse with more money is considered the monied spouse. At the commencement of a divorce, the non-monied spouse can make a motion called a pendente lite motion to obtain legal fees. The law does not want the non-monied ...
What Type of Divorce Is Right for Me?
Posted By Eiges & Orgel, PLLC
Unfortunately, filing for divorce is never easy. Even if you and your spouse appear to be on the same page, things can still get messy. For this reason, you shouldn’t try to handle this process on your own. What you may not realize is that there are numerous ways to legally end your marriage —including annulments, collaborative divorce, contested divorce, uncontested divorce, no-fault ...
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