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As matrimonial attorneys, we often face many new and complicated fact patterns or legal issues that often times could not have been anticipated. Whether it is litigating custody in the
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A Brief History Regarding Equitable Distribution

In 1980 the New York Legislature enacted the Equitable Distribution Law (DRL § 236B) (“EDL”) which required courts to equitably divide marital property based
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