I try not to become angry with clients; recognizing that they are in the middle of family law litigation.
Children of divorce are sometimes caught in the thorny legal thicket of “grandparent visitation.”
In today’s society, many couples choose to live together rather than get married. This growing trend has become more common in recent years than ever before.
Kids preparing to go to college? What if any insurance do we need for them?
Plaintiff was a well-0ff husband facing an upcoming divorce. He retained attorneys well in advance of the proceedings and was girded for war. Then, things fell apart. How did this happen, and are the attorneys to blame?
Ashley Madison is a website that facilitates married people having an affair. Their motto is “Life is short. Have an affair.”
Ashley-Madison is a controversial online dating/social networking service, based in Canada, which markets to married individuals or those in a committed relationship.
In its August 19, 2015 decision in Hof v. Hof, the Second Department, almost matter-of-factly, addressed a number of pendente lite and pre-nuptial agreement issues.
You might have heard about a massive hack lately. Probably a couple, honestly.
When I first heard of the Ashley Madison data breach, I seem to be one of the few family law attorneys who felt somewhat cool to the idea it was going to result in a crescendo of divorce filings.