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Will Facebook Be a Part of Your Divorce Case?
Will Facebook Be a Part of Your Divorce Case?

It may come as a surprise to learn that “Facebook divorce” is a real term. This phrase refers to the increased number of divorces that have occurred as a result of discoveries made on different social networking websites such as Facebook, Twitter, and more. Aside from ...

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Blog Posts in 2015

  • The Importance of Healthy Parent-Child Relationships After Divorce

    Divorce is an emotionally taxing situation. Many divorces result in arguments, disagreements, and bitterness between spouses. Unfortunately, with so ...

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  • Information on Changing Your Name After a Divorce

    It is common for one spouse to change their name immediately after a divorce . However, many people do not understand the process of doing so. To ...

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  • What Can My Spouse and I Do to Help Our Children After Divorce?

    Divorce can be difficult for an entire family, not just the two spouses. Inevitably, shared children suffer feelings of confusion, sadness, ...

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  • 5 Frequently Asked Questions About Divorce

    Divorce can be complicated and frustrating. Because divorce is usually the result of two persons who have grown apart, disagreements can become quite ...

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  • Divorce: 5 Mistakes to Avoid During the Process

    Divorce can be a frustrating and difficult process. It can affect you emotionally, mentally, and physically. To help with the process, we have listed ...

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  • Return Petition Pursuant to the Hague Convention

    Return petitions are brought pursuant to the Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, done at The Hague on October 25, 1980 ...

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  • Enforcement of Foreign Support Orders in New York

    The Family Court is vested with exclusive jurisdiction to hear and determine proceedings commenced pursuant to the Uniform Interstate Family Support ...

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  • Hague Convention Article 13 Defense "Subsequent Acquiescence"

    There are two major defenses for the denial of a Return Petition under the Hague Convention. Located in Article 13, a party can argue that the ...

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  • Kenneth Eiges Comments on New York Times Article, "Divorce Funding Firms Help Spouses Expecting Big Payouts"

    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 ...

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