Recent Posts in Equitable Distribution Category

  • What is a Default? (New York Edition)

    || 7-Dec-2017

    When a defendant or respondent fails to respond to your summons in a divorce or family court matter within the time frame provided for by the court, that person has “defaulted.” Every state handles the default process differently. This blog entry will focus upon New York’s default divorce process. Divorce: The default divorce process will differ depending upon the nature of your ...
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  • Details Regarding Equitable Distribution in NY Divorce

    || 21-Aug-2013

    Divorce in New York involves equitable distribution of assets. This means that property is divided equitably, not necessarily an equal division. This type of property division is fair and considers what the spouses contributed to the marriage and what they will need to move on after the divorce. Before adopting this method of division, New York used "common law property" where the ...
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