Let’s talk tea: did you know that adultery is still a crime in the state of New York? That’s right! Technically the legislature left cheating as a crime on the books here in the Big Apple.Continue reading “Adultery: Should Cheaters Go To Jail?”
On the latest episode of Women Worldwide Podcast, Deirdre Brekenridge invited me to discuss how the Coronavirus pandemic is impacting divorce and separation.
The podcast invites women around the globe to share their incredible stories, “those who have experienced the heights of success and at times, the agony of defeat.”
With a vision to impart wisdom and advice on tackling barriers and soaring to new heights, Women Worldwide uncovers different perspectives and approaches to help listeners find their inner strength.
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For the last two weeks, I made several stops into Court on 60 Centre Street to get a divorce judgment signed — normally that would be unremarkable, but the Coronavirus pandemic closures turned the routine into a complicated situation. The story was picked up by the New York Daily News and the Daily Mail. Continue reading “Only Divorce During Covid-19 Pandemic in Manhattan”
What’s there difference between “no fault” and “uncontested” divorce?
Here’s my answer in under a minute:
If you have questions about your divorce, let’s chat.