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What Are the Biggest Mistakes People Make in Their Divorce Settlement In New York?

Posted on : October 23, 2018, By:  Mary Katherine Brown
Mistakes To Avoid In A New York Divorce

Mistakes To Avoid During A New York Divorce Settling your divorce might involve an agreement you’ve made directly with your former spouse using a mediator or it could come down to a judge’s decision about your individual case. In either scenario, you must be aware of some specifics around divorce settlements. If you are contemplating […]

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Who Pays for College After a New York Divorce?

Posted on : September 13, 2018, By:  Mary Katherine Brown
Paying For College After Divorce In New York

Parents who decide to get a divorce have many difficult questions to answer about the process of moving on with their lives. While some of these concerns are emotional, others are directly related to division of property or child support. One related issue can include paying for a child’s college education. If you are in […]

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Study Shows 13% of Divorces Affected by Student Loans

Posted on : August 13, 2018, By:  Mary Katherine Brown
Brooklyn Family & Divorce Lawyer MKB

Not surprisingly, many married couples argue about financial issues. One financial sore spot is student loans. With more people leaving college saddled with debt, that student loan debt has worked its way into marriages as a point of concern. A growing number of recent divorcees say that student loans ended their marriage. Student loans have […]

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Does a Non-Custodial Parent Always Get Visitation in NY?

Posted on : July 24, 2018, By:  Mary Katherine Brown
Brooklyn, NY Lawyer for Visitation

How Is Visitation Determined Determining whether or not a non-custodial parent is allowed visitation with the child or children involved in a divorce is a prominent question presented by both parents. When a court awards custody to a parent, known as the custodial parent, a non-custodial parent typically retains some right to visitation.   This […]

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What Happens If I Forgot to Submit A QDRO In a New York Divorce?

Posted on : June 24, 2018, By:  Mary Katherine Brown
Filing QDRO In Brooklyn Divorce

Did you know that qualified retirement plans must be divided using an order called a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO)? Even if your divorce decree clearly stipulates that you are entitled to receive a portion of your former spouse’s retirement plan benefits, the establishment of a QDRO is necessary for this legal action to be […]

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