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Divorcing in the Face of Economic Uncertainty When Court Is Not An Option

May 11, 2020

In this Wealth Matters Column in the New York Times, I talked about options that are available to couples who want to divorce while the courts are closed or backlogged during the coronavirus pandemic. The columnist, Paul Sullivan, was particularly interested…

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Collaborative Divorce with Andrea Vacca on The Divorce Survival Guide Podcast

April 15, 2020

I was interviewed on the Kate Anthony Divorce Survival Podcast about how Collaborative Divorce offers a way to bring respect to the divorce process and work with professionals who model the behavior you wish to express. In the end, everyone’s going to be better…

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Divorce Considerations During the Coronavirus Crisis

April 1, 2020

In any divorce, there are 3 key stages: the first divorce consideration is the decision about whether to divorce, the second is moving forward through the divorce process you’ve chosen, and the third is finalizing the details of the divorce.…

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Vacca Family Law Group’s Virtual Office is Open For Business

March 16, 2020

With the well-being of our staff, our clients and our community as our top priority, the team at Vacca Family Law Group is working from home while the Covid-19 state of emergency restrictions are in place. Our virtual office is…

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How to Navigate the Early Stages of Divorce (Video)

March 12, 2020

New York collaborative divorce and mediation lawyer Andrea Vacca spoke to Marysol Castro of Pix11 Morning News and was asked whether there really is a divorce season (the answer is YES!) and to offer some divorce tips for how to navigate the early stages…

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How Millennials Are Making a Prenup the Norm (Video)

March 2, 2020

Find out why millennials are the fastest-growing group of people are asking for prenuptial agreements and some issues to consider if you think a prenup may be something you need.  WATCH: 5 Issues To Consider If You’re Thinking About a…

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The Valentine’s Day Proposal: First Comes Love, Then Comes… a Prenup?

February 24, 2020

If you are one of the millions of people who got engaged on Valentine’s Day: Congratulations! It may feel too soon to start talking about the details of your actual wedding, but I can assure you that it’s never too…

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3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Wait to Say You Want a Divorce (VIDEO)

February 20, 2020

If you are afraid to tell your spouse you want a divorce because you are not sure that the risks are going to outweigh the rewards then this video is for you. WATCH: 3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Wait to…

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Do You Want to Protect Your Privacy During Divorce? Then Keep It Out Of Court

February 14, 2020

When someone is first thinking about filing for divorce, they don’t often think about the lack of privacy that comes with the traditional divorce process. In New York, courtrooms are open to everyone.  Reporters may be in the courtroom, neighbors may…

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3 Common Mistakes When A Divorce Is Not Child-Centered

February 6, 2020

In the blog 7 Tips for Putting Children First in a Divorce, I discussed how to have a child-centered divorce and the benefits to children. The other side of the equation is the common mistakes that parents make when they put…

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7 Tips for Putting Children First in a Divorce

January 30, 2020

A child-centered divorce is a divorce where the parents keep the physical and emotional needs of their children as their primary concern. In a child-centered divorce, every decision the parents make is through that lens – How will this affect…

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How to Let Go of Resentment in Your Divorce (VIDEO)

January 27, 2020

Feeling resentment is like taking poison and expecting the other person to die. Are you going through divorce and feeling resentment toward your spouse or your situation? WATCH: How to Let Go of Resentment in Your Divorce by Family Law…

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