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Decades Of Litigation Experience

Month: September 2021

Post Judgment Issues

By: Michele Olsen, Esq., MA, MSW The relief people feel when their divorce is settled, especially when it was contentious, is unimaginable. All issues have been addressed, the children are adjusting, and all will move on to happy new normal. Right? Unfortunately,...

Parental Alienation

By: Alexandra Mulé In divorce cases conflicting emotions among children and their parents becomes unfortunately common when the divorce is acrimonious. When this dynamic is present parental alienation tends to surface, and is taken very serious by the Court in...

What Will I Be Able To Afford After My Divorce?

By Hope Tuber One of the first concerns clients have is if they can “afford” a divorce. For those that either work part time or not at all there is a real fear that they will be awarded an amount that is insufficient to financially survive. First, stay away from...

FACTORS FOR CALCULATING CHILD SUPPORT

By Hope Tuber The starting point for the calculation of child support is the previous year’s tax returns. However, while this is the starting point, there are many factors which may lead the Court to enhance or adjust income when determining the proper amount of child...

Eviction Moratorium Has Come to an End

By Alexandra Mulé On August 26, 2021, the Supreme Court rejected the current administration’s attempt to extend the moratorium on evictions. However, there is talk that New York State lawmakers will enact legislation to circumvent the decision by SCOTUS. Earlier in...