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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.
College and related expenses can be a significant element of a divorce settlement. In this video, Ken Novenstern, Esq., shares some important considerations divorcing parents need to think about regarding their children’s college education.
As the title implies, this video by Ken Novenstern, Esq., addresses the concept of a “shark” attorney. Will having one help or hinder a divorce? Find out from this divorce attorney’s perspective.
Ken Novenstern has been practicing law for 35 years and, in the first two weeks of December 2020, he experienced two firsts — both took place in collaborative cases. He shares those experiences in this video and explains how they demonstrate the power of the collaborative law divorce model.
In this video, attorney Ken Novenstern discusses the three best reasons for someone to choose the collaborative law divorce model, not only from a client perspective but also from his perspective as a lawyer.
In this video, Ken Novenstern, Esq., focuses on the importance of your mental health while going through a divorce. To drive the point home, he shares the tragic events of an extreme case from 2014 and the phone call he will never forget.