Divorce is considered as one of the most devastating events that can happen to anyone. Regardless of the circumstances, divorce proceedings are emotionally draining and even traumatic for some. As a seasoned firm led by attorneys withover three decades of experience, Goldweber Epstein LLP understands your predicament and we are here to help you make things easier by providing you with compassionate counsel and competent representation from start to finish. Our firm is dedicated to advocating your rights and best interests as we navigate through the complexities of your divorce. When you have our firm as your counsel, you can trust that our divorce attorneys in New York City will work tirelessly to achieve the results that you want and deserve.
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At our firm, we consider our long-term professional relationships with our clients as our benchmark of success. That is why when you come to our New York City divorce attorneys with a case, you can rest assured that we are prepared to go above and beyond our services to help you through the difficulties you may be facing in relation to your case. Whether you are dealing with a personal crisis or your children are emotionally affected by your case, we can help. Our firm has a network of professional psychologists, family and divorce coaches, as well as child behavioral therapists that we can recommend to you.
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New York is a no-fault state, which means you simply have to file a separation agreement or file a Summons with Notice for Divorce. That also means the fault grounds for a divorce in the State of New York are now as simple as irreconcilable differences.
Yes. When you file an action for divorce, you must state the financial as well as custodial relief that you are pursuing to be awarded by the Court. Financial support pending during the divorce proceeding is referred to as "pendente lite" or interim relief. This type of relief can be acquired through an application process requesting the Court for child and spousal support, payments to third parties and access to the children. It also provides a means for allocating each party's contribution to the family’s overall financial needs.