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  • Why You Need The Right Divorce Lawyer On Your Side!
    Why You Need The Right Divorce Lawyer On Your Side!

    Divorce Lawyer in Westchester County, NY Spousal Support also called Alimony or Maintenance Payments is a key issue in any divorce filing. As an experienced divorce attorney, I have studied divorce ...

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  • Is Divorce an Essential Matter During COVID-19?
    Is Divorce an Essential Matter During COVID-19?

    New York Supreme Court's Decision on Mary-Kate Olsen's Divorce Mary-Kate Olsen’s divorce is not considered as essential matter by the New York County Supreme Court during COVID-19. Since mid-March, ...

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  • Is Adultery a Crime in New York?
    Is Adultery a Crime in New York?

    Westchester County Divorce Attorney As a New York State divorce lawyer with offices in White Plains, Westchester County, I am always asked about the different grounds for divorce. In order to obtain a ...

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  • Westchester County Divorce Lawyer Keith Brown Answers The Ultimate Divorce Question
    Westchester County Divorce Lawyer Keith Brown Answers The Ultimate Divorce Question

    What Are the Main Reasons People Get Divorced? There are obviously a number of factors and personal situations that lead to spouses deciding to separate and divorce, but there are issues that ...

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  • You Were Going to File for Divorce in Westchester County and Then Came COVID-19
    You Were Going to File for Divorce in Westchester County and Then Came COVID-19

    COVID-19, coronavirus, brought new challenges to those contemplating a divorce or those ready to file. With stay at home restrictions and social distancing, you may be stuck at home with the one ...

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  • COVID-19 and the New York Courts
    COVID-19 and the New York Courts

    New York Criminal Defense During COVID-19 During this health crisis, the New York Courts are remaining open for essential and emergency matters. This includes the Supreme Court ( divorce actions ), ...

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