What is a No-Fault Divorce in New York?

When a spouse wishes to divorce their partner, they are required to file a complaint with the court. Within this, they must state the type of divorce they are filing for. In the state of New York, there are two options for divorce: a fault-based divorce or a no-fault divorce. When entering a no-fault divorce, […]

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Are Restricted Stock Units Subject to Equitable Distribution in a New York Divorce?

At large companies, compensation packages for employees sometimes include additional compensation measures that work to encourage good performance overtime. This can include restricted stock units (RSUs) in some cases. Individuals who have RSUs and are going through a divorce may wonder if the assets are subject to equitable distribution, even if it has not fully […]

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