Peter Christopher Lomtevas’s Guides

Peter Christopher Lomtevas

Brooklyn Family Law Attorney.

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  1. “Notice to Appear in Court Fraud”

    Written by attorney Peter Lomtevas, 2 months ago.

    Did you suddenly start receiving notices to “appear in court” in the mail? You know you have a child with a partner and that partner is known to cause trouble. You receive such a notice to appear for

  2. The Temporary Order Fake Out

    Written by attorney Peter Lomtevas, 4 months ago.

    You are in the respondent's seat in family or divorce court. You hear the adversary ask the judge for a "temporary" order for something. Your attorney is blindsided by this request or perhaps you are

  3. DSS Domestic Violence Shelter Refund – The Silent Fraud

    Written by attorney Peter Lomtevas, about 2 years ago.

    A mother has had enough of her lover so she terminates the relationship by going to a battered womens shelter with the couples child to announce she is being violenced by her lover. The Lover had no inkling the mother would do this so he continued to work and reside at home with ...

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  4. Domestic Violence: Do not Act Natually!

    Written by attorney Peter Lomtevas, over 2 years ago.

    You have been suddenly ousted from your home. Your sex partner has just called police on you for acts of domestic violence. Under VAWA, the state gets paid for prosecuting you in criminal acourt and in family court.Your order of protection (restraining order) commands you to stay...

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  5. Popular Domestic Violence Allegations Used Against Partners

    Written by attorney Peter Lomtevas, almost 3 years ago.

    There is much legislation these days prioritizing domestic violence above all other personal misconduct. These are popular allegations being made against the target partner in court cases around the country. Genders can be exchanged as these allegations flow both ways.Domination ...

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  6. The Adverse Forensic Report Fraud

    Written by attorney Peter Lomtevas, almost 3 years ago.

    Here is a nifty fraud making its rounds in divorce and family courts.The couple was ordered to undergo a custodial evaluation under the jurisdiction's evidence code.Assume that the report comports with APA ethical standards for custodial evaluations. Assume its psycho-social hist...

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  7. Application to Return Child Temporarily Removed Fraud

    Written by attorney Peter Lomtevas, almost 3 years ago.

    By now it is safe to presume that every American has heard from a friend or neighbor stories of someone who has had child protective services come to their home and remove children.The process is demeaning and alarming. Early morning raids by child protective specialists involve ...

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  8. Sanitizing the Record – Admitted Medical Records

    Written by attorney Peter Lomtevas, about 3 years ago.

    Similar to a bath of soap and bleach washing away grains of dirt from cloth, the blocking of admission of evidence cleanses the record free of unwanted particles of information detrimental to the courts ultimate decision.One way of cleansing the record in a big way is for the cou...

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  9. Sanitizing the Record – Bulk Testimony

    Written by attorney Peter Lomtevas, about 3 years ago.

    Ever wonder why in court you can never say anything but the adversary always gets to talk? That is done deliberately by the court and is an offshoot of a policy involving testimonial evidence, representation by counsel and court procedure. In the typical family case, one side is...

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  10. The Expert Witness Notice Fraud

    Written by attorney Peter Lomtevas, about 3 years ago.

    Here is a nifty fraud foisted in courts in family and domestic violence cases.You hire a private psychologist expert to prepare for a hearing on access to your child. You have not seen your child in years and the opposing parent always prevails in every application to the court t...

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