Our articles and videos offer insights about important topics related to Collaborative Divorce, Mediation, and Litigation
Third in a 5-part series on collaborative divorce, this video focuses on the settlement meetings which are a foundational element of the collaborative process.
This is the second installment in a 5-part series on collaborative divorce. Presented by Ivan Alter, Esq., this segment is about “interest based negotiation” – what that means and why that matters.
Early on in the process with clients, divorce attorney Ken Novenstern often hears the question “How long is this going to take?” In this video, that question is addressed along with some things clients can do to help expedite the process.
A small business can often be one of the assets involved in a divorce. In this video, Ken Novenstern, Esq., talks about issues that are raised when small businesses are part of the divorce process and how some of those issues are handled.
The Child-Parent Security Act was signed into law by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on April 3, 2020. In this video Ken Novenstern, Esq., provides some insight into this groundbreaking piece of legislation which goes into effect in February, 2021.
The goal of this video is to provide viewers with an understanding of the role of a mediation consulting attorney. Like collaborative divorce, mediation is an alternative to litigation and is a more transparent, less contentious approach to divorce.
In this video, Ken Novenstern, Esq., explains what goes into the judgment of divorce and why it is one of the two most important documents in a divorce.
This video is a bit of a deviation from the matrimonial law focus you will normally find here on the FB&N website. However, if you have viewed Ken Novenstern’s video on “Hiking the Appalachian Trail” you may know he has a passion for the outdoors. With that in mind, this presentation is an online conversation from Saw Mill River Audubon, moderated by Ken Novenstern, about local food production and the impact of climate change.