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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.
With so much information available on the internet concerning divorce law, some may wonder “Why do I need a divorce attorney?” In this video, Ken Novenstern, Esq., explains the value of having a divorce attorney beyond the basic need for legal representation.
Often times when people start a divorce action one of the questions they have is “When does the court get involved in the case?” The answer to that question calls for a discussion involving the alphabet soup of matrimonial practice in New York. In this video, Ken Novenstern provides an overview of the steps involved in a NY divorce action while defining some very relevant acronyms.
The Child-Parent Security Act (“CPSA”), which went into effect on February 15, 2021, made two major changes to New York law: (1) it legalized gestational surrogacy and (2) it provided a clear framework for establishing parental rights to a child conceived via assisted reproduction.
“Have you ever had a case with a narcissist?” That’s a question Ken Novenstern, Esq., often gets early on in a divorce case and it generally comes from a woman asking about her male spouse. To learn more, take a view minutes to watch this video.
In this video, Ken Novenstern takes a moment to talk about Elizabeth Nakamura, an Associate with Fredman Baken & Novenstern, LLP.
In his new capacity as president of The New York Association of Collaborative Professionals, Ken Novenstern, Esq., provides a summary of what the NYACP is about.
In this video, Ken Novenstern welcomes Nussair Habboush to Fredman Baken & Novenstern, LLP. The newest associate, Nussair brings an interesting, diverse background to the firm.