11 Signs Of A Toxic Partner, According To Divorce Lawyers

If you are in the process of divorce, you may look back at your relationship to see if there were any warning signs early on that it may not work. Sometimes friends and family can see potential issues more objectively, but we ignore their concerns. But now that you are making big changes in your […]

How to Keep Your Divorce from Sabotaging Your Children’s College Education

Most parents consider a college education important to their children’s future, but a divorce could negatively impact the college planning process. Especially when financial resources are constrained. Where parents may have planned to pay for an ivy league education, they may now have to consider a state university. By establishing college savings accounts such as 529 […]

Divorce after 50: What I Wish I Had Known Beforehand

Divorce is a difficult process, emotionally and financially, but for older couples even more so. Knowing what to expect can help couples prepare and deal with some of the negative consequences. This article describes some real life experiences and provides valuable lessons. Click here to read the article.

8th Annual Crown House Memorial Day Celebration

On May 28th, The Crown House (SICounsel’s main location at 297 King Street, in Chappaqua, NY) will host its 8th Annual Memorial Day Celebration. In honor of our fallen American heroes, the Chappaqua Memorial Day Parade marches down King Street, and includes veterans, revolutionary war re-enactors, local and national politicians, area fire and rescue organizations, […]

Getting Married? Forget Sweet Nothings; Let’s Talk About Money

Money issues are often the source of marital problems that can lead a couple to divorce. By understanding one another’s expectations regarding money and personal assets, i.e. inherited or gifted assets, a newly married couple will start their marriage with peace of mind and open communication. For that reason, a couple should consider a prenuptial agreement […]