Top 5 FAQs about Family Law Services in Queens

Navigating the complexities of family law can be overwhelming, especially when faced with sensitive and emotional legal matters. At Ledwidge & Associates, we understand the importance of providing clarity and guidance to our clients in Queens. Read More

Real Estate Disputes: Mediation vs. Litigation

  Real estate disputes are inevitable and often unavoidable when your own, develop or occupy a property. These disputes occur for several reasons, like contract breaches, failure to meet obligations, etc. When a real estate dispute arises, parties must decide between two primary options: mediation vs. litigation. Read More

How to Protect Your Business During a Divorce in Queens?

Divorce is a difficult and emotionally taxing process for anyone, but it can be particularly challenging for business owners. A divorce can put a business at risk, especially in the absence of proper legal protections. However, by working with a divorce lawyer and taking the right approach, it is possible to protect your business during a divorce in Queens. In this blog post, we will provide tips on how to Read More

5 Dispute Resolution Techniques That Will Make You a Good Real Estate Agent

As a real estate agent in New York, you are bound to find yourself in the middle of disputes once in a while. As the intermediary between buyers and sellers or landlord and tenants, real estate agents often have to deal with conflict in the form of disagreements and a lack of mutual ground. That is why it is essential to have excellent real estate dispute resolution skills to succeed in this field. In this blog, Read More

Partition Problems: How to Deal with Partition Action

Partition problems arise when there are several individuals having joint ownership over real estate property. These typically arise due to disagreements between the involved parties. For example, one party wants to sell its share of the property while the other refuses. Read More

What Happens If Someone Is Caught Stealing from an Estate?

  When an individual passes away, they leave an estate in the form of a will for their loved ones and beneficiaries. They also assign an executor who cares for the assets and fairly distributes them to all beneficiaries once the individual passes away. Read More

Spousal Disinheritance: Yay or Nay?

In succession law, disinheritance is the act by which the testator deprives the legitimate heir of the portion of the hereditary wealth that the law reserved for the said heir. It is not uncommon for individuals with high net worth to consider disinheriting their spouse for different reasons, but whether they can do it or not is the question. Read More

How to Solve Legal Disputes Outside the Court—A Guide

Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) refers to resolving a dispute outside of a court. Techniques like arbitration, mediation, and negotiation can help you settle relationship issues, financial frauds, and tarnishing reputations without litigating in court. Each of these processes is different and can help you avoid the delays and expenses involved in a court case. Keep reading this blog to learn how to resolve Read More

Spousal Support Claims – Laws and Principles

A marriage is a legal union of two people who want to spend their lives together. There are certain rights and obligations of each spouse that have to be met. One of those rights is spousal support. The blog will discuss what spousal support is, its laws and principles, and how you can claim it. What Is Spousal Support? Spousal support is used interchangeably as spousal maintenance and alimony but there’s a Read More

Why Divorces Can Get Messy

Going through a divorce can be rough, and most couples would like nothing better than ending things amicably and for the process to be smooth and stress-free. However, with so many factors, such as determining the custody of children, child support, alimony, and distribution of alimony, to consider, divorce cases often involve little agreement and a lot of fighting. In this blog post, we’ll discuss three of the Read More