Recent Posts in Family Court Category

  • Protecting Yourself and Your Family While Navigating the Choppy Waters of the Divorce Process

    || 16-Jan-2017

    Divorce and Family Law legal matters are easily the most intense situations one can endure. When going through a divorce, child custody, child support, domestic violence or other family law matter, it is sometimes hard to focus on the process without getting drawn into the emotional aspects of your case or negotiation. While this may be one of the most difficult times you go through in your life, ...
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  • Momma's Baby, Daddy's Maybe: Part One

    || 8-Sep-2012

    When I was a little girl, my mother had a saying that she would use: "Momma's baby; daddy's, maybe!" While I was too young to understand the true meaning of the phrase back then, the practice of matrimonial and family law brings the true meaning of that phrase to the forefront of my mind each day. Simply put, unless there are extenuating circumstances – which we do not have ...
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  • The Secret That Is the New York State Family Court

    || 29-Nov-2011

    As a daily practitioner of the Family Courts in the five boroughs of New York City, I have personally witnessed members of the public being denied access to Family Court courtrooms for one reason or another. Sometimes those reasons were valid, but most of the time the reasons were simply made up or not even provided. The fact of the matter is that the Uniform Rules for the Family Court provides ...
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