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If you are considering a divorce in NY, you should give serious thought to the collaborative divorce method. That’s the message from Ken Novenstern, Esq., in this video.
When a divorced or divorcing parent travels with a child, a number of issues arise — particularly when the child’s passport is involved. In this video, Ken Novenstern, Esq., shares some insights into recent cases dealing with this.
New York divorce attorney Ken Novenstern makes the case for legislated guidelines for child custody. “The more tools we have to work with, the more efficient we will be.”
Ken Novenstern explains that as home buyout options are discussed during divorce settlement negotiations, no one wants to refinance a mortgage at today’s interest rates.
In this video, attorney Ken Novenstern talks about the legislation that dramatically streamlined the process of getting divorced in New York.
This is an update to a video attorney Ken Novenstern previously released regarding the status of the Matrimonial Part in Westchester County.
Attorney Kenneth Novenstern says divorce cases that involve a person who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, will require one of the party’s to retain more than just a divorce lawyer.
In this video, divorce attorney Ken Novenstern shares some of his experience with high conflict divorce cases and ways to keep them on track progressing toward a settlement.