Tips for Surviving the Holidays during Divorce
The holiday season is usually a time reserved for celebrations with friends and family, but when you’re going through a divorce, it can feel anything but cheery. From co-parenting issues to questions from nosy relatives, divorce during the holidays can be difficult to navigate. To help you make the most of the season, here are … Read more
The Positive Side to Divorce (Yes, it Really Can be a Good Thing!)
Listen, we know that divorce sucks. Sure, some days will be easier than others, but divorce does have its difficulties. You will be stressed, hurt, and feel worn down. This is completely normal, and it won’t last forever. Believe it or not, there is a positive side to divorce, and it can actually be a … Read more
Divorce News: Can Science Predict Who Will Get Divorced?
It’s impossible to tell which couples head to divorce court after walking down the aisle. There are the obvious reasons for divorce, such as infidelity and financial issues, but social scientists wanted to find out who is most likely to file. Business Insider reviewed marriage and divorce studies, and compiled the top traits that may … Read more
Rules for Divorce in New York
Last week, we provided insider tips for what you should know before you file for divorce. While that information is great, your divorce cases involves much more. In fact, there are rules for divorce that you must follow to help guarantee a successful case. What are the top 4 rules for divorce, and how can … Read more
We’ve Been Nominated for Best of Brooklyn!
Brian D. Perskin & Associates P.C. is proud to announce their nomination as Best Divorce Law Firm in Brooklyn. The Best of Brooklyn competition, hosted by Dime Community Bank, aims to shed a spotlight on the best businesses in the Borough. Voting for the Best of Brooklyn Casting your vote for the Best in Brooklyn … Read more
The Top 4 Annulment Myths… Debunked!
There is a lot of confusion when it comes to annulments in New York. In fact, you may be shocked to find out that you are unable to file for an annulment, and instead must proceed with a divorce if you want to end your marriage. Below, the family law firm of Brian D. Perskin … Read more