Category: After the Divorce

We blog about helping Long Island families to resolve conflicts in the most productive ways possible.

Being with your children becomes much more complex after a divorce. When time will the children be with you, and when will the children be with your ex-spouse? How do you want to deal with these issues? Will you and your ex-spouse make the plans or are you going to leave decisions like these to […]

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Divorcing your spouse doesn’t necessarily mean you have to divorce your business partner. When couples who are in business together get divorced, their first inclination is that they are going to have to divorce as business partners as well. Negotiations surrounding the dissolution of the business oftentimes get more contentious then the parties divorce proceedings […]

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I’m at Thanksgiving Dinner with my family and it’s so sad because my kids aren’t here. This is the first Thanksgiving Holiday since the divorce, and it’s my ex-spouse’s year for the kids. This got me thinking what I am thankful for about the divorce. I’m so happy we were able to agree on getting […]

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Litigation may be the worst way to successfully transition from an intact family to a divorced family. Very often during litigation, there is minimal interaction between the spouses (and they are probably very happy about that); leaving negotiations, or more adversarial procedures to the attorneys and the judge. As difficult as it may be, bringing […]

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It has been said that divorce makes sane people act crazy. This is because the dynamics or pressures of a divorce push normal emotions to the extreme. A divorce is expected to create feelings of separation and loss in people. Also, we realize that the expectations we had in the beginning of the relationship will […]

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