What most people going through a divorce dwell on is the why, or how did we get to this point? Unfortunately, not everyone is capable of having a closure conversation, and many will be deprived of the apology they so long for, and perhaps rightly deserve. Ultimately, it only takes one person to call it quits, … Continue reading By Regina A. DeMeo: 5 Key Issues In A Divorce
Conscious uncoupling is not something invented by Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin, who decided to separate amicably in 2014. It is actually a movement that has been around for decades, and it is skillfully executed by trained mediators, who promote Alternate Dispute Resolution ("ADR") methods for couples that want to avoid World War III. ADR … Continue reading By Regina A. DeMeo: What Is Conscious Uncoupling?
They say freedom is priceless, and yet when you are contemplating a divorce, there are some pretty significant costs to consider before calling it quits, unless you are economically on par with couples like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Here are the top 3 expenses you must budget for when contemplating a separation: 1. Family … Continue reading By Regina A. DeMeo: 3 Key Costs In a Divorce
Most couples get engaged between November and February each year, and then the wedding planning takes over for another 6-9 months until the big day. During that time, a couple will formulate a guest list that will not only drive the choice of a venue, but also the costs of the caterer and floral arrangements. … Continue reading By Regina A. DeMeo: Are You Ready To Get Engaged?
Anyone over the age of 35 that has gone through a divorce has baggage-- even if there were no children that resulted from that marriage. We all have poured time and energy into a relationship that failed, and when all your hopes and dreams for that marriage are shattered, it is normal (and healthy) to … Continue reading By Regina A. DeMeo: Have You Dealt With Your Baggage?
The Hunt for Tax Apportionment: Lessons from Tom Clancy’s Estate Litigation Edwin Morrow The Hunt for Red October was Tom Clancy's debut novel in 1984. It was a fun, exciting novel written in the Reagan, pre-Glasnost era about a rogue Soviet (remember the Soviet Union?) submarine captain, later turned into a movie with Sean Connery … Continue reading Edwin Morrow – The Hunt for Tax Apportionment: Lessons from Tom Clancy’s Estate Litigation
SPECIAL NEEDS - SPECIAL TRUSTS - WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW CAN HURT YOUR CLIENTS AND YOU! Part. 3: Common Errors By Bernard A. Krooks Littman Krooks LLP New York, New York / http://www.littmankrooks.com Part 2. Drafting Considerations Set forth below are some common errors practitioners make when representing clients in connection with special needs planning and SNTs. … Continue reading Special Needs – Special Trusts Part. 3: Common Errors – Bernard A. Krooks