“Can I change my sons name to his step dad’s?
As a Family and Divorce Attorney this is a very common question: should I get a court order for custody?
I want my husband to leave my apartment for good. We don’t get along at all and its always fighting around the kids. Its been going on for years. I really want him to leave, I don’t care for him at
I get this question a lot & of course the answer depends on how extensive the litigation gets. The more I have to do, the more the client gets billed. But some guidelines on the expected costs are p
Many people contemplate divorce, but are still living in the same household with their minor children. The question then becomes - how is custody handled? De Facto Agreement One way to resolve the is
NY has statutory factors that the Judge must consider in dividing marital assets, debts & property. Statutory Factors The statutory factors pursuant to Domestic Relations Law 236 are: (1) the income a
There are many different types of assets - other than houses & Condos - which are valued & divided in a divorce case. I cite herein to the list as stated in the treatise "NY Law of Domestic Relations
Sometimes parties settle on custody, but then 1 parent wishes to move with the child or children out-of-state. Relocation should be done in Court Preliminarily, the parties are always free to settle o
With the increasing cost of housing, many intact couples do not find they have a ton of money left over after paying their mortgage as well as their basic living expenses. When those same couples spl
Sometimes a spouse is disabled - even in a nursing home, mental facility or rehabilitation center. The question becomes if there are "things to know" regarding how to proceed. Service issues If the i