Recent Posts in Family Law Category

  • What is a Default? (New York Edition)

    || 7-Dec-2017

    When a defendant or respondent fails to respond to your summons in a divorce or family court matter within the time frame provided for by the court, that person has “defaulted.” Every state handles the default process differently. This blog entry will focus upon New York’s default divorce process. Divorce: The default divorce process will differ depending upon the nature of your ...
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  • WE'RE GETTING DIVORCED, CAN I DATE NOW?

    || 30-Nov-2017

    I cannot tell you how many times my clients ask me this question during their divorce proceedings. I must warn you, however, that, in spite of my sage, old advice, most people’s desire to move on from their marriages is so great that they don’t hear me sounding all of the necessary warning alarms about getting into a new relationship. That said, I will say it anyway: if you are dating ...
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  • 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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  • Supreme Court Decision Regarding Same-Sex Marriage Still Hot Issue

    || 13-Aug-2015

    All across the nation, the United States Supreme Court ruling on June 26 th that legalized same-sex marriages in all 50 states has been sparking hot debate. Some people are staunchly defending the new rights, citing the Fourteenth Amendment and the protections it is to give all citizens under the law. Others are protesting loudly, pointing out potentially violated religious freedoms and ...
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