Going through a divorce often brings out a wide range of emotions such as anger, depression and frustration. When there are children involved, these emotions can sometimes spill over as couples... more
When you are going through a divorce, your spouse is usually the last person that you want to be cooperative with. However, being able to effectively co-parent with your spouse is the most important... more
How do I get full custody of my children? is a common battle cry of divorcees either because they are unhappy with the way the other parent conducts themselves (ie late night partying/indulging in... more
Firstly, the purpose of this blog post is not to say that I have any favoritism towards Fathers over Mothers when it comes to whom I represent. I represent both fathers and mothers with equal vigor.... more
Child support itself is not tax deductible to the non-custodial parent who pays it, and it is not taxable to the custodial parent who receives it. Nevertheless, the non-custodial parent may be able... more
Child custody is the most emotionally charged aspect of getting a divorce.
Under New York Law, the best interest of the children is the legal standard used to determine which spouse should have... more
All fifty states have enacted the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act, also known as the UCCJEA. The purpose of the statute is to provide some degree of uniformity for determining which state will... more