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How is Property Divided in a New York Divorce?
How is Property Divided in a New York Divorce?

A divorce covers many issues, including child custody, spousal support, and more. One of the most contentious topics during a divorce is property and asset division. Get the facts on how property is divided in a New York divorce. Equitable Distribution State New York is an ...

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    When contemplating divorce , some of the first questions we ask ourselves relate to how assets will be divided and the impact such divisions may have. ...

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