How to Get through a Divorce without Breaking the Bank

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If you are considering or going through a divorce, you want to ensure it is as efficient as possible. This webinar will discuss the ways to get divorced without having the costs run up. You will get expert advice on how to keep your emotions out of the decision making process.

Takeaways:

  • Overview of divorce process
  • Understanding of child custody including the two forms, physical and decision making
  • Understanding how child and spousal support is calculated and when it is available
  • Information on property distribution

 

About Ken:

Bar Admissions:
New York
U.S. District Courts, Eastern and Southern Districts of New York
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

Although divorce is an emotional and trying event to navigate, I see it also as an opportunity for a fresh start. I see my role, as a matrimonial lawyer, as a facilitator who works with each client to find an equitable solution that allows her or him to move on and begin a new life. My goal is to move the process forward as quickly as possible without compromising a client’s right to what they are entitled to and want.
I seek to avoid the two extremes of litigation and stalemate that often undermine the divorce process. By moving the negotiating process steadily forward we are normally able to settle everything from the ownership of grandma’s silver to visitation rights. This approach brings closure faster and enables my clients to move forward sooner rather than later.
My practice includes the usual components of matrimonial law including divorce, child custody and support, property distribution and spousal support – as well as pre-nups, post-nups and cohabitation agreements.

Employment History:
April 2003 – Present
Jewell, PLLC, New York, NY
March 2001 – April 2003
Contract attorney for various small law firms in the Greater New York area
August 1999 – March 2001
Public Records Consultant, LexisNexis, New York, New York
December 1995 – August 1999
Legal Assistant to the Chief Counsel, NYS Commission of Investigation, New York, New York
March 1986 – December 1995
Law Librarian, Nassau Supreme Court Law Library, Mineola, New York

Professional Associations and Non-profit Activities:
Parent Representative, The Dwight School (May 2013 – Present)
Member New York State Bar Association Section on Family Law; Family Law Legislative
Committee and the Standing Committee on Civil Practice Law & Rules

Education:
J.D., Saint John’s University School of Law (1998)
B.A. in psychology, Hofstra University (1990)