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

The tax return presents a useful view of a year in time of the family’s finances. In the Collaborative Divorce process, the attorney for one of the divorcing parties and/or a Neutral Financial Specialist often request three years of tax returns to begin to take a financial look at the family. The Neutral Financial Specialist […]

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Q 1. She Asks: Our marriage isn’t working, neither of us knows where to begin, and we don’t want to upset the children – but we’re not happy. Any suggestions? A 1. A good start is that you keep talking to each other and agree to find an arrangement that works for the entire family. […]

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