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The Breakup of a Business Doesn’t Need to be Brutal! There is a Better Alternative: Collaborative Law

Collaborative Law is an alternative to resolving your business disputes in Court. Traditional methods of resolving conflict through litigation are not always best.  Protracted litigation...

Temporary Spousal Maintenance

Temporary Spousal Maintenance Factors - Domestic Relations Law DRL §236(B)(5-a)(h) (1) the age and health of the parties; (2) the present or future earning capacity...

Equitable Distribution

Equitable Distribution is the method by which the courts of New York distribute marital property. Equitable does not necessarily require an equal split. If spouses...

Post Divorce Spousal Maintenance Factors

Mediators and the Courts rely on multiple factors when determining Spousal Maintenance after a divorce.  According to Domestic Relations Law Section DRL §236(B)(6)(e), those factors...

Spousal Support

Persons who are legally married are required to provide financial support for each other. If a married person divorces in New York State the higher...

Why Should I Use Mediation in the Workplace?

Disputes in the workplace have the potential to cause significant damage to a business.  A single major employment dispute can result in the erosion of...

What Do I Need to Know About the Mediation Process?

Mediation provides a neutral environment where individuals can safely and confidentially communicate and explore ways to resolve their dispute. Discussions in mediation are facilitated by...