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Don't entrust your neighbor to file your divorce papers

There is no denying that divorce can be a long and bumpy road, especially if there is conflict over the divorce settlement. Nonetheless, careful attention to detail is required throughout the process to ensure that each party is treated fairly. New Yorkers may be interested in a somewhat extreme case that demonstrates the importance of proper follow-through when it comes to divorce.

Mel Gibson puts the 'high' in high asset divorce

When it comes to high assets in a divorce settlement, the assets in question usually don't get much higher than Mel Gibson's. Movie fans in New York have probably watched Gibson over the years, observing his successes as well as his personal debacles. Now Gibson is making headlines over this month's divorce settlement with his former wife, Robyn. Their celebrity split is said to be the costliest one yet publicized.

Chris Lighty's widow disputes that divorce case led to suicide

Many different pressures come to bear on couples when they begin considering the prospect of divorce. Financial concerns, the status of children and the division of property only compound any existing issues that led to the desire to separate. These pressures can become very difficult to bear and may lead people to act irrationally, especially if they don't fully understand their rights and responsibilities during divorce proceedings.

Disagreement about having kids a common factor in divorce

With having kids comes an immense investment of time, energy and money, and not everyone is willing to make the sacrifices required to raise kids. Unfortunately, many New York City couples don't talk about their individual positions on having children until after their nuptials. If couples are not on the same page about when, and if, to have kids, this type of disagreement may lead to divorce.

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