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Social Media During a Divorce

Today, social media has become a part of everyday life, from posting a picture on Facebook to Tweeting about a child’s accomplishment. However, social media not only affects individuals and families on a daily basis, but it can affect your divorce case, so it’s advised that you close out your social media accounts during divorce […]

A Forensic Accountant May Be Helpful in Obtaining the Proper Valuation of Assets in a Divorce

Many individuals going through a divorce often experience issues when it comes to the division of financial assets. During a divorce, marital property such as assets and debts are divided between the two parties. While an attorney can assist in negotiating the division of assets, a forensic accountant may be instrumental in assisting in complicated […]

Shall We Incorporate A Social Media Provision?

Today, social media affects individuals and families on a daily basis. It has become a part of everyday life, whether an individual is posting a picture or tweeting about his or her day. Many couples are wondering whether or not guidelines regarding social media accounts and posts should be included in prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. […]

Common Mistakes To Avoid When Going Through A Divorce

Finances Make sure you have knowledge of all household finances. If a spouse manages all of the economic decisions and earnings, that spouse will have an advantage in the divorce. It is important to be aware of what household expenses cost, as well as any joint earnings or holdings. You should gather as much knowledge […]

Social Media and Divorce: What You Should Know

Nowadays most individuals are active on at least one social media site. A November 2016 study by the Pew Research Center indicates that approximately 68% of all adults use Facebook. When going through a divorce, the social media account of either party can play a major role. Serving as what appears to be an online […]

Proposed Change to Law Would Allow for Personal Information from Matrimonial Actions to be Redacted in Civil Cases

In matrimonial actions, some of your most personal information is brought to light in the courtroom. This information may be used subsequently in proceedings brought in civil court. A recently proposed amendment to a New York law would allow for greater protections of confidential information of any documents, testimony, or evidence derived from a matrimonial […]

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