Posts Tagged ‘Divorce Documentation’

Judge Allows Service of Action for Divorce via Facebook

Tuesday, June 9th, 2015

Judge Allows Service of Action for Divorce via Facebook By Gayle Rosenblum

In a landmark ruling, a New York judge recently directed the service of a summons with notice for an action of divorce via Facebook.

In the case of Baidoo v. Blood-Dzraku (2015 NY Slip Op 25096), Judge Matthew Cooper, after being provided with proof of other numerous attempts, afforded the Plaintiff the right to serve her husband with divorce papers by means of the social media program, Facebook.

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How to Make Your Initial Divorce Consultation Easier

Thursday, January 9th, 2014

How to Make Your Initial Divorce Consultation Easier By Debra L. RubinConsulting with an attorney for the first time about your divorce can be a difficult and emotionally-draining experience. Here are some steps you can take to make the process easier:

Bring as much financial documentation as possible: The more information you can gather about your finances, the better. Some important details to consider are:

- How much income you and your spouse earn
- What retirement and non-retirement assets you possess
- Any real estate or automobiles you hold title to
- Any businesses or professional practices in which you or your spouse have an interest
- A list of all your current debts
- Evidence of any assets acquired prior to the marriage, by gift, or by inheritance  (more…)