Nassau County Family Law Attorney
    • What Equitable Distribution Really Means

      Equitable distribution is the division of property rights that occurs during a divorce proceeding. It also includes debt obligations. Equitable refers to the fairness of the division, as opposed to ...

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    • What You as a Parent Need to Consider Regarding Child Support in a Divorce, Regardless of which Side You are On

      If you are a parent involved in divorce proceedings, there are several things you must consider regarding child support. Whether you are seeking support or anticipate an order to pay support, you need ...

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    • Evaluate Your Assets & Business Regarding Divorce or Separations - Garden City, New York

      Your assets are an important component of your divorce. You must be aware of the value of your assets and how best to protect them during the proceedings. You and your lawyer will evaluate this value ...

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    • Can a Custodial Parent Move Away After a Divorce in New York?

      A divorce can be a very difficult and emotional time. After the whole process is over, an ex-spouse may decide that what they need is a change of scenery; or maybe they had originally moved to New ...

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    • Parenting Time Schedule Tips for Summer Break

      Whether you have a parenting plan in place throughout the year, or a custody agreement mandated by the family court, the arrival of summer and the prolonged period of school vacation that accompanies ...

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    • Legal and Physical Custody in New York

      A divorce is a very emotional time for the fact that a relationship is coming to an end. When there are kids involved in the level of emotion is increased significantly. If the divorce turns into a ...

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    • Parenting Time Schedule Tips for Summer Break

      Whether you have a parenting plan in place throughout the year, or a custody agreement mandated by the family court, the arrival of summer and the prolonged period of school vacation that accompanies ...

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    • How is Child Support Calculated in New York State?

      Child custody and child support are two of the most sensitive aspects of a divorce. Unless there is a history of abuse or one parent completely abandons the relationship, ensuring each parent has fair ...

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    • Can a Custodial Parent Move Away After a Divorce in New York?

      A divorce can be a very difficult and emotional time. After the whole process is over, an ex-spouse may decide that what they need is a change of scenery; or maybe they had originally moved to New ...

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    • Scheduling Vacations After a Divorce Using a Parenting Plan

      The summer is almost over, and school will be starting soon. If you were lucky enough to have summer break off, it is almost time to get back to work. Since you are getting back into your routine, it ...

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    • The Legal & Safety Issues Associated with Smartphone Technology & Social Media

      Everywhere you look, people have their smartphones out like they’re permanently attached to their hands. We are all hyperconnected through text, email, social media, messenger, WhatsApp, and so many ...

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    • Parenting Time Schedule Tips for Summer Break

      Whether you have a parenting plan in place throughout the year, or a custody agreement mandated by the family court, the arrival of summer and the prolonged period of school vacation that accompanies ...

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    • When Would You Enter into a Postnuptial Agreement?

      Prior to entering into marriage, the idea of a prenuptial agreement can be an uncomfortable topic to bring up. No one wants to think about the possibility of a failed marriage while you are in the ...

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    • 2014 Changes in New York State Divorce Laws

      2014 ushered in several changes to laws in New York State regarding divorce, custody, and maintenance issues . These changes pertaining to family law are primarily intended to support families that ...

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    • Hidden Assets and Spousal Fiduciary Duty in New York

      In New York State, during the divorce process, spouses have a fiduciary duty to each other to disclose all of their assets in order to ensure proper division of the parties assets and liabilities ...

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