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Can You Keep Your Pension in a Divorce?

Divorce is a challenging process that brings with it many questions and concerns. One important aspect to consider is the division of assets, especially when it comes to your pension. Can you keep your pension in a divorce, or is it subject to division? We'll go over how a pension works and what happens to...
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Can I Legally Stay in My House During a Divorce in New York?

Can I Legally Stay in My House During a Divorce in New York? When navigating the emotional and legal complexities of a divorce, one of the most pressing questions for many is, "Can I stay in my house during the divorce process?" This concern is about maintaining a sense of normalcy and ensuring security and...
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The Different Types of Divorce Services

Divorce can be a complicated and emotionally taxing process, and navigating it requires understanding the various services available. From divorce lawyers and mediation to coaching and uncontested proceedings, each service offers unique benefits suited to different situations. This blog explores these options to help you make the most informed decision for your circumstances. What Constitutes...
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What is Alternative Dispute Resolution For Divorce?

What is an Alternative Dispute Resolution for Divorce? An Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) for divorce refers to methods used to resolve marital dissolution issues outside of the traditional court litigation process. It is a more private, faster, and cost-effective approach that encourages mutual respect and cooperation between the parties involved. The most common ADR methods...
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How To Get a Quick Divorce

Divorce, often associated with protracted court battles and emotional turbulence, doesn't always have to be a lengthy process. For couples in New York who agree on key divorce-related matters such as property division, child custody, and spousal support, an expedited or "quick" divorce might be possible. This article aims to guide you on how to...
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How Long Does an Uncontested Divorce Take in New York?

Navigating the process of divorce can be an emotionally challenging time, filled with questions and uncertainties. When it comes to an uncontested divorce in the state of New York, one of the most common queries is, "How long will it take?" This article aims to shed some light on this topic and help you understand...
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What is Legal Separation in New York State?

At Bullock Law, we understand the complexities and emotional intricacies involved in the decision to end a marital relationship. While divorce is commonly the course many couples follow, it's not always the right solution for everyone. For some, a legal separation may be a more suitable and less drastic option. Legal separation in New York...
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What Happens If You Sign a Prenup and Get Divorced?

In today's age, many couples approach the altar with an important document in their hands – the prenuptial agreement, or 'prenup' as it's colloquially known. Traditionally met with hesitation, prenups have come to represent a pragmatic, if unromantic, tool in the modern marital toolkit. But what happens when the marriage ends in divorce? Let's delve...
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7 Co-Parenting Tips After Divorce Mediation

Divorce mediation can be a helpful process for couples seeking to end their marriage while minimizing conflict and stress. However, even with the help of a mediator, co-parenting after a divorce can still be challenging. What is Co-Parenting? Co-parenting is a parenting arrangement where two or more people share the responsibilities and duties of raising...
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Property Division FAQs

Divorce can be a complicated and emotional process, especially when it comes to dividing property. Who gets what? How is it determined? What if there are disagreements? These are just a few of the many questions when dealing with property division in divorce. Property division is a critical aspect of divorce, and it can significantly...
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