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A Matter of Opinion: The Use of Experts in New York Divorce Matters

Is the family business profitable or broke? During a divorce, sometimes the only opinion that matters is one provided by an expert.  As it turns out, many of our clients benefit from the appropriate use of experts during their divorce proceedings. New York law allows courts to require payment of fees for legal counsel and… Read More »

Settled: The Murdoch Divorce Matter

It has been a tough couple of years for 82-year-old Rupert Murdoch. The Chairman of News Corporation continues to endure fallout from a British investigation following a hacking scandal. At present, editor Rebekah Brooks — a Murdoch favorite — remains on trial for conspiracy.  Closer to home, Mr. Murdoch filed to divorce his wife of… Read More »

I Want a Divorce. Will I Have to Endure a Long Court Battle?

There is no easy answer to this question. Every divorce case is different. However, the majority of divorce cases are uncontested. This means that the couple was able to agree on issues like alimony, child support, and custody without the assistance of the court. Uncontested divorces are resolved quickly and no court battle occurs. People… Read More »