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Looking at property division factors in New York divorce cases

In our last post we began speaking about the issue of property division in the absence of a prenuptial agreement. The fact is, property division will happen no matter whether a couple has an agreement or not, but division will not occur on the couple’s terms if the default rules are applied.

How do New York judges divide property in absence of agreement?

Property division is an important aspect of divorce, and an issue that can be the source of much controversy in the dissolution process. Because of the potential financial loss married people can face in divorce, more people are turning to marital agreements to protect their assets in the event their marriage fails.

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