Category Archives: enforcement

COVID-19 Update- What can now be done in your divorce and family law matter

COVID-19 UPDATE-  Starting Monday, May 25, 2020, the Supreme Court will be allowing new, non-essential matters to be filed via e-filing.  This means new divorces can now be calendared and processed.  As there is expected to be an overwhelming amount … Continue reading

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What Legal Actions can be Taken During the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Quarantine

We are currently in the midst of week 3 of the COVID-19 “pause” in New York State, and the question on everyone’s mind is “when will things get back to normal?”  Unfortunately it seems that the pause will not be … Continue reading

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Custody and Parenting Time Amid the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Outbreak and Quarantine

The last couple of weeks have marked new and uncharted territory in all New Yorker’s lives. Governor Cuomo has issued sweeping executive orders on a weekly, if not daily basis, restricting more and more businesses and group activities, as the … Continue reading

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How Your Posts on Facebook and Other Social Media Sites Could Affect Your Divorce

HOW YOUR POSTS ON FACEBOOK AND OTHER SOCIAL MEDIA SITES COULD AFFECT YOUR DIVORCE With the rise of social media comes the rise of people who choose to share intimate and personal details of their life where hundreds, if not … Continue reading

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The Mediation Process and When You Should (or Should Not) Choose Mediation

As an attorney that has been practicing Matrimonial and Family Law for over ten years, I’ll admit that I was not a big fan of Mediation until recently. I have always been a big proponent of settling cases out of … Continue reading

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What the Palm Beach Circumcision Case is really about

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/palm-beach/fl-circumcision-mother-court-hearing-20150522-story.html#page=1 By now we’ve all seen this story in the news, and a lot of you may have even been outraged by it.  The Palm Beach Circumcision Case came to an end yesterday when the mother of the four and … Continue reading

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