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Even after an agreement has been achieved in a divorce mediation case, a good mediator will tell clients it is important to have an attorney review that agreement. Ken Novenstern explains why.
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In this video, Ken Novenstern, Esq., reinforces the importance of considering future scenarios when negotiating a divorce agreement, including unexpected changes to your financial situation. Based on recent calls from clients, he provides a real-world example – job loss.
In a custody dispute between a parent and a non-parent, the parent has a superior right to custody with certain exceptions. Interestingly, this standard came up in a recent court case for Ken Novenstern, Esq., just as it did in a child custody matter he handled back in 1985. He elaborates in this video.
Based on some recent interactions with clients, divorce lawyer Ken Novenstern was reminded of the importance of clear communication between attorney and client.
If you and your spouse are considering a shared custody arrangement where each of you have the children 50% of the time, calculating or agreeing on child support can be a challenge. Ken Novenstern, Esq., explains why.
In this video, Ken Novenstern, Esq., describes his experience in a recent “initial” collaborative divorce meeting and how the collaborative process provides an opportunity to be creative.
If you are going through a difficult divorce and you want someone to hear your story, litigation is not the way to go. In this video, Ken Novenstern, Esq., explains why that is and why mediation and collaborative divorce are more appropriate options.