Child custody is a common area of conflict among divorcing parents. New York law encourages parents to resolve these issues amicably and in the best interests of the children. With that in mind, the courts prefer parents share custody equally – both physical and legal custody. However, joint custody … [Read more...] about Pros and Cons of Joint Child Custody
There are essentially two ways you can get divorced in New York: contested or uncontested. Deciding which way to proceed is one of the most important questions you will answer because it determines who controls the process and resolves the conflicts, and how much time and money will be spent … [Read more...] about Contested or Uncontested Divorce. Which is the Better Way to Proceed?
When couples decide to divorce, typically, they don’t want to keep living together. On the other hand, neither spouse may want to be the one to leave the marital home. If there are children, this becomes more complicated as parents must also wrestle with deciding how to accommodate both parent’s … [Read more...] about Who Gets to Stay in the House During the Divorce?
Recently, Ken Jewell offered his expert opinion on Michael Avenatti and his allegations against Nike. Ken touched on why Nike might be saying little in regards to the allegations hurled at them by Avenatti. Read more of the CNBC Article here and contact our office to learn how we might … [Read more...] about Ken Jewell Quoted in recent CNBC Article
As people marry later in life and remarriage has become more common, prenuptial agreements have become increasingly important. Typically, couples today already have jobs, income, assets and debt before marriage. They may have children already or expect to have them. Many assume they will have a … [Read more...] about Four Reasons You Need a Prenuptial Agreement
Recently, Ken Jewell offered his expert opinion on some of the most high profile divorce proceeds in recent memory. Touching on everyone from the recent divorce of Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos to even the potential fallout of a presidential divorce. Read more of the Town & Country … [Read more...] about Ken Jewell Quoted in Recent Town & Country Article