HOW TO DIVORCE IN NEW YORK: Negotiating Your Divorce Settlement Without Tears or Trial

Paperback | May 15, 1993

byGrier H. Raggio

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-How does divorce work-emotionally, practically, legally?
-How can you make it as painless as possible for you, your children, and even your spouse?
-How can you avoid a trial-and why should you?
-How do you select a lawyer or mediator?
-When is litigation the only answer?
-How do you divide your property-including intangibles?
-What are your rights if you were never legally married?
-How can you best protect the children-now and in the future?
-How do you pick up the pieces and get on with your life?

Whether you are contemplating divorce or have already begun the process, this book's step-by-step approach will go far in putting control of the divorce in your hands.

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-How does divorce work-emotionally, practically, legally?-How can you make it as painless as possible for you, your children, and even your spouse?-How can you avoid a trial-and why should you?-How do you select a lawyer or mediator?-When is litigation the only answer?-How do you divide your property-including intangibles?-What are you...

Grier Raggio and Michael Stutman, both distinguished family law attorneys, practice in New York City. Employing examples and worksheets, they have mined their combined forty years of experience to offer practical guidelines for those facing this most traumatic of passages.
Format:PaperbackDimensions:276 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.61 inPublished:May 15, 1993Publisher:St. Martin's Press

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ISBN - 10:0312092733

ISBN - 13:9780312092733

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"At last, a sensible book that will help prepare spouses for the trauma of divorce." -New York Law Journal