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Filing for divorce in NY during Coronavirus? Here’s how to file in NY, Queens, Kings or Bronx Counties (NYC)
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 Morghan Richardson

Filing for divorce in NY? Here’s how to file in NY, Queens, Kings or Bronx Counties (NYC) The New York city courts have not accepted new divorce filings since Gov. Cuomo issued his first “Pause” order back in March. Presently, no new cases can be commenced until May 15. This date will likely be pushed […]

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Getting Divorced in Pennsylvania in Quarantine
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 Stephanie Stecklair

Getting Divorced in Pennsylvania in Quarantine On April 1, 2020, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court extended its prior Order for a general, statewide judicial emergency through April 30, 2020 and declared that Pennsylvania Courts “SHALL REMAIN CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC.”  The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has provided authorization to the President Judges throughout the Commonwealth to declare […]

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Why You Should Be Mediating Virtually
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 Dori Shwirtz

Why You Should Be Mediating Virtually Dori Shwirtz, Esq., has been a divorce mediator and coach in Florida since 2018. She runs divorceHarmony in Miami Beach, Florida. Dori has helped divorcing and separating couples resolve conflicts concerning all aspects of divorce, by providing virtual mediation and coaching whereby her clients can divorce from the comfort […]

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Divorce While Quarantined
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 Casey Rose Shevin

Divorce While Quarantined If you’re quarantined with your spouse and it’s NOT going well, you aren’t alone. Every year over 800,000 couples in the United States get divorced; and because many of them begin the process at the start of the calendar year, tens of thousands of couples have been ordered to stay inside with […]

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Getting Re-Married? Consider a Prenup
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 Cary Jacobson

Getting Re-Married? Consider a Prenup Your first marriage ended in divorce.  It was a difficult chapter with many lessons learned.  But, you are resilient and you have moved on to a new and exciting chapter.  If that new chapter brings a new marriage, you might want to consider a prenuptial agreement. This post, by Divorceify […]

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Preventing a Parental Child Abduction
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 Melissa Kucinski

Preventing a Parental Child Abduction When a global family reconfigures because of a divorce or separation, many complex questions must be answered to avoid parental child abduction. Attorney and Mediator, Melissa Kucinski explores steps you can take to avoid this situation. More families today are global in nature – having connections to multiple countries, cultures, […]

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Eight Reasons To Try Divorce Mediation
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 Rachel Green

Eight Reasons To Try Divorce Mediation Rachel Fishman Green, Esq. has been a divorce mediator in New York since 1995. She runs ReSolutions – Mediation/Legal Services, LLC in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Rachel has helped divorcing and separating couples resolve conflicts concerning all aspects of divorce, including division of homes, time with the children, dividing small […]

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Overcoming Divorce Anguish – There Should Be An App For That
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 Casey Rose Shevin

Overcoming Divorce Anguish – There Should Be An App For That Fifteen years ago the internet was just finding its way into the family home, but today we carry constant connectivity and convenience in the palm of our hand. Life has never been more efficient and consumers have adapted to expect the smoothest experience technology […]

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