Articles of Interest

10 Practical Tips to Make Divorce More Tolerable

On the hierarchy of horrible experiences, divorce is right up there, especially if you are the recipient of the bad news and were unaware of how unhappy your spouse was. Unfortunately, divorce is a reality for approximately 50% of all first marriages, according to the American Psychological Association -- and...

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Divorce lawyers say technology changes may outlive the COVID-19 pandemic

Dealing with a fractured marriage is never pleasant, but doing it in the middle of a pandemic is several levels more stressful—both for the spouses and for family law attorneys who’ve had to scramble to meet an unprecedented challenge. The coronavirus crisis that brought stay-at-home or shelter-in-place orders...

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NYC dad says coronavirus-shuttered Family Court failed him as mom took kids

An unmarried Queens dad whose kids were allegedly whisked off to California by their mom against his wishes says New York’s virus-shuttered Family Court has failed him. “I want to be heard,” said Juan Miranda, 32, who says he hasn’t seen his two sons since mid-June, after their...

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Should Children Know If A Divorce Is Due To Cheating?

If mom and dad are separating amicably, sharing this detail of the divorce may be the right thing to do. But what if the split is due to infidelity? Divorce is always a difficult and emotional experience for all involved. Life as we know it is no longer....

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