Filing for Divorce in California vs. New York

For couples who have bicoastal residences, the decision to file for divorce in New York or California may drastically change the divorce process and the terms of the marital agreement. Furthermore, doing the legal research on this topic may be complicated, tedious, and ultimately incomplete, given the lack of accessible resources. In an attempt to make your life easier, we have distinguished the key differences that you may want to consider before filing your divorce in either state.

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How to Navigate Dating and Divorce

Written by Cherie Morris, JD, Parent Coordinator and Divorce Coach

Important considerations before you start dating during or after divorce:

After you have processed your divorce, which is no easy task, you may begin to wonder what’s next. Maybe you have your ducks in a row already or maybe you are actively searching for answers to legal, therapeutic, and financial questions (for more info on these questions, check out It’s Over Easy). 

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Is Monogamy Worth It?

Written by it's over easy Staff Writer, Aren Dumars

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Do It Yourself Divorce & Finalizing "The Divorce Decree"

By choosing a "do it yourself divorce" you've saved money but you're not done yet.  You’ve gone through the process, completed your financial disclosures, agreed on the terms of your divorce, and submitted your initial paperwork to the court. What now? Now it's time to put your deal in writing! 

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The Psychology of Same Sex Divorce

Written by Dr. Neil Schierholz, PsyD

The ending of any relationship is hard enough, let alone dissolving a legal marriage through divorce. LGBTQ couples come to me with the same challenges, aspirations, goals, and dreams that I hear from non-LGBTQ couples, but there are differences in a same sex divorce.  

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