Our articles and videos offer insights about important topics related to Collaborative Divorce, Mediation, and Litigation
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.
Based on his 35+ years of experience as a divorce and family law attorney, Ken Novenstern provides answers to the five questions he is asked most often during a divorce consultation or on a phone call leading up to a consultation.
With Christopher Owen’s decision to retire from Fredman Baken & Novenstern, LLP, Ken Novenstern takes a few minutes to honor his friend and colleague in this video.
In this video, Ken Novenstern, Esq., focuses on prenuptial agreements. He delves into the history of prenups in New York State and talks about their importance in giving both parties the ability to exercise more control in the event of divorce.
In this video, Ken Novenstern, Esq., talks about the single most important piece of information he can give with regard to separation agreements and possibly with regard to divorce in general.