1. Your Guide to Child Custody in New York Part 3

    There are many things that you should know about child custody in New York.  Are you getting ready to go through a child custody battle? If so, understanding the basics of child custody in New York can only help. That's why, in our last blog, our family law attorney in Hauppauge talked about how child custody is determined. Even if you are not awarded custody of your child, the courts still see …Read More

  2. Minimizing Conflict in a Divorce

    No couple intends to get a divorced when they get married.  On your wedding day, the last thing that you think about is a divorce. However, conflicts can and do arise, which is why the divorce rate is so high. They say that happy couples don't get divorced, and while there are exceptions to every rule, this one applies to most couples. The vast majority of divorces happen because of some sort of …Read More

  3. The Cons of Mediation

    When you're going through a divorce, you'll have to choose between mediation or litigation.  When most people think of divorce, they think of tears, screaming matches and lawyers battling it out in court, but it doesn't have to be that way. Mediation is a wonderful option for many couples, and in our last blog, our family law attorney in Hauppauge went over many of the pros of mediation. Although…Read More

  4. What are the Grounds for an Annulment?

    An annulment is one way to legally end a marriage, but not every marriage can be annulled. Many people seek annulments to avoid the stigma of getting a divorce. Also, Annulments are also often much less complicated than divorces, which makes them an attractive option for some couples. If you've already had a chance to read our previous blog, then you know that an annulment doesn't just legally end…Read More

  5. Tips for an Amicable Divorce Part 2

    It's always good to strive for an amicable divorce, but it's easier said than done.  Happy couples don't normally get divorced, and when there is a conflict, it can be difficult to settle your divorce amicably. However, an amicable divorce is the best possible option for your kids, your finances and your time. But how do you divorce amicably? Check out our Hauppauge family law attorney's latest b…Read More

  6. Tips for Talking to Your Children About Divorce Part 2

    Talking to your kids about your divorce can be one of the most difficult parts of the entire process. Whether your divorce is amicable or not, it will affect the lives of your children in many different ways, and it is never easy for kids to hear that their parents are getting divorced. That's why, in our last blog, our family law attorney in Hauppauge went over a few tips to help you talk to your…Read More

  7. Tips for Successful Supervised Visitations Part 2

    There is nothing easy about supervised visitations.  They make for awkward situations for both parents and kids alike, but if you are required to have supervision during your visits with your kids, there is no way around them. That is why, in our last blog, our family law attorney in Hauppauge went over a few tips to make your supervised visitations more successful. If you haven't had a chance to…Read More

  8. The Consequences of Refusing to Pay Child Support

    Have you had a chance to read our family law attorney's latest blog? If you have, then you already know what steps you should take if your ex refuses to pay their child support. We also talked about how turning to the DCSE can help you enforce child support, but there are many advantages to bringing your action to court. A judge will be able to offer different punishments or enforcements than the …Read More

  9. What Kind of Divorce is Right for You? Part 2

    Have you had a chance to read our latest blog yet? If you have, then you already know that there are many different kinds of divorce and that, once you know what kind of divorce will work the best for your situation, it will make the entire process much smoother. To recap, we've already gone over at-fault divorce, no-fault divorce and summary divorce. Keep reading to learn about more common kinds …Read More