Recently, Ken Jewell was a guest on the 20 in 20 for 2020 podcast hosted by Ella Newman. Ken shared his experiences assisting his clients through divorce and how it has been impacted by the pandemic and what the future of divorce law could look like as we move into 2021. Catch the whole podcast … [Read more...] about Ken Jewell featured in 20 in 20 for 2020 Podcast
In many divorces, there is no shortage of issues to fight over. This includes property distribution, spousal and child support, custody, and parenting time. Some disputes need to be litigated because they may have serious repercussions on the parties’ rights. However, other conflicts may be … [Read more...] about Are You Looking at the Big Picture in Your Divorce Case?
The holidays are supposed to be a time for love, family and celebration, but if your family life is not what you hoped, it can be very stressful. Many people have high expectations and become disappointed if they aren’t met. However, just because you don’t have a perfect life doesn’t mean you should … [Read more...] about How Is the Holiday Season Affecting Your Marriage?
If you and your spouse are having marital problems, it is important to have ground rules with your spouse regarding how you are communicating in front of your children, especially during the holidays. Parents should always remember that their words and actions, including body language, matter and … [Read more...] about Considering a Divorce? What Not to Do In Front of Your Kids During the Holidays
Living in close quarters because of COVID has helped bring some families closer, but in other cases, it has had the opposite effect. COVID has forced couples to spend more time together because of work from home or unemployment, while also restricting time with other family and friends and going out … [Read more...] about Does COVID Have You Considering Divorce?
Typically, spouses getting divorced envision going to court, arguing their side, and having a judge decide who wins. While that may be true in some cases, New York law encourages parties to resolve their issues amicably on their own. To that end, judges will often take steps to help settle your … [Read more...] about How Divorce Court Judges Can Help Settle Your Case