Divorce and Family Law Misunderstandings
Initiating a divorce or family court matter can be intimidating and confusing, especially when there are many misconceptions surrounding the process.
Annulments, Divorce, and Legal Separation
New Yorkers looking to part ways with their spouse have three options: an annulment, divorce, or legal separation.
Brian D. Perskin & Associates Now Offers Saturday Consultations!
Great news! In response to a growing demand, the family law firm of Brian D. Perskin & Associates P.C. now offers Saturday consultations!
Pope Francis Announces New, Streamlined Annulments for Catholics
For some people, divorce isn’t just an emotional and financial hardship, it’s a spiritual one.
Same Sex Divorce
Same sex marriage supporters are rejoicing now that homosexual marriage is being recognized in a growing number of states throughout our country.
What is a Private Judge?
A little known trick of the trade to getting a divorce settled quickly is to hire a private judge to hear the case.
What to Expect When You Contact Us
You’ve given it careful consideration and have decided that you either want to divorce your spouse or proceed with a family court matter.
More FAQ Regarding Divorce and Family Law
With a combined total of over 40 years of collaborative experience, the attorneys at Brian D. Perskin and Associates have handled thousands of divorce and family law cases.
The World’s Wackiest Reasons for Divorce
Couples file for divorce citing a variety of reasons, from serious offenses to kooky and absurd infractions.
Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries Reach Divorce Settlement
Brooklyn Nets player Kris Humphries and Kim Kardashian finalized their divorce settlement on Friday, April 19th, finally dissolving their 72-day marriage.
Kris Humphries, Kim Kardashian, & Annulment v. Divorce
The quickly dissolving, 72-day marriage between Brooklyn Nets player Kris Humphries and Kim Kardashian has caused ample buzz in the media: not only is Kardashian now pregnant with Kanye West’s baby, but Humphries is refusing to agree to the divorce.