Divorce, New York Style

, New York Law Journal

Jeffrey D. Lebowitz, a judge of the Court of Claims and Acting Supreme Court Justice in Queens County assigned to the matrimonial term, writes: "While New York is a glamorous place to get married, it is a tough place to get divorced. We have created such elaborate laws and concepts that only the most collegial of divorcing couples and attorneys can navigate the morass we now know as matrimonial practice. Unfortunately, if one or both sides insists on litigating, or one or both lawyers do not see the benefit of early mediation or settlement, we are off to the races."

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