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Getting Divorced? Put YOUR Oxygen Mask On: five strategies for surviving a break up

September 20, 2019

One of the biggest challenges people experience when beginning the separation and divorce process is maintaining their sense of sanity.  Most people experience a wide range of emotions, and get caught up in the details of their own personal life.  For most adults, this interferes … Read More »

Kathryn Lazar completes 1,000 mediations

September 19, 2019

Kathryn Lazar, founder of MH Mediation, recently completed her one-thousandth mediation. A mediator for nearly 40 years, she founded MH Mediation in 1981, offering mediation for every sort of matrimonial dispute, as well as family, business and estate mediation. Of cases mediated during her tenure, … Read More »

Kathryn Lazar and Leonard Klein to emcee Dutchess Bar Association program

September 19, 2019

The Hudson Valley Collaborative Divorce & Dispute Resolution Association will present “Divorce Today: Fresh Perspectives on Divorce” September 26, 2019, from 8:30 to 4:30 under the auspices of the Dutchess County Bar Association. Kathryn Lazar and Leonard Klein will be MC’s. Topics for the day-long … Read More »

DIVORCE MEDIATION – can I have my own attorney?

September 18, 2019

The title of the children’s book It Takes a Village could apply just as easily to divorce. Psychologists, social workers and financial advisors all have perspectives that may be useful to divorcing spouses, and many practitioners in these disciplines have successful businesses as divorce coaches. However, one … Read More »

Divorce Consultation

September 16, 2019

You’re thinking about divorce, a big decision. One of the biggest decisions a person will ever make. A big decision on many levels, not the least of which is, what should I consider, where should I start and should I talk with a lawyer? Your … Read More »

Splitting Annuities in Divorce

September 14, 2019

Is an annuity account in your divorce picture? An annuity can seem harder to split than a marriage, according to an article in the May 2016 issue of Research Magazine. An annuity account gives the account holder the  right to receive periodic payments, usually fixed … Read More »

Splitting up or Divorcing? Top Ten Strategies to Maintain Your Sanity

September 12, 2019

Many divorce clients who meet with us for the first time are stressed out and imagining multiple horrible possible things that might happen.  Most of those things won’t happen, but when anxiety takes over, it is hard to think straight.  We strongly recommend realistic thinking — … Read More »

Divorce–Now or Later? Or Much Later?

September 10, 2019

Deciding to divorce is one choice; deciding when to divorce is another. Some seek divorce quickly upon encountering difficulties in their marriage; others wait.  That wait might be months, or it might be years. This post covers some timing considerations that come into play for many.  … Read More »

High Net Worth Divorces

September 8, 2019

Is yours a high net worth divorce? The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) defines a “high-net-worth individual” as an individual with at least $1,000,000 managed by his/her registered investment adviser, or whose net worth the investment adviser reasonably believes exceeds $2,000,000. The net worth of an … Read More »

How is Your Home Ownership Affected During Divorce?

September 6, 2019

The website Credit Marvel published an article titled “How is Our Mortgage Affected During Divorce?” that we comment upon here. The article’s text is in regular type; our comments are in bold italics. Here it is: With all of the changes in the mortgage industry since 2008, divorce affects … Read More »

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