Posted By Suffolk County Divorce Lawyer
In New York State, couples are given the option to become legally separated if they are, for one reason or another, hesitant to file for divorce. While some couples may choose to simply live apart, this does not constitute a legal separation. Rather, they must either enter into a legal separation agreement or seek a judgment of separation from the court—which is an option that is seldom ...
Posted By Suffolk County Divorce Attorney
Despite the economic setbacks that have impacted so many Americans' lives in recent years, college costs and tuition continue to rise. While millions of Americans have suffered from job losses and foreclosures which drove them into bankruptcy, if you live in Suffolk or Nassau County or anywhere else in the state of New York, you may be surprised to discover that your legal responsibility to ...