Category Archives: mediation

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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Getting Through Valentine’s Day While Going Through Divorce

Valentine’s Day is one of those holidays that people either love or hate. If you are involved in a new, budding romance, you are most likely caught up in the fanfare and looking forward to the big, romantic, public gestures … 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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