Divorce Insights & News

Pet Custody in Divorce Actions

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It should not surprise anyone that parties to a divorce action are often unable to agree on who should keep the prized family pet.  As with any other issue, when they are unable to agree, the parties must look to the court for a determination.  Until recently, the results were…

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Mcdonalds Dad The Role Of Forensic Psychology In New York Custody Litigation

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The thousands of comments to the recent report of attorney David Schorr’s defamation suit filed against court psychologist Marilyn Schiller are mostly incredulous, along the lines of how can a father be penalized for what most agreed is good parenting.  Schiller had recommended that Schorr’s visitation be curtailed when he refused to…

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9 Reasons Not to Delay in Obtaining Your QDRO

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The resolution of a divorce action, whether by trial or settlement, can take months or sometimes years. Understandably, after receiving the judgment of divorce, many people are less than eager to seek yet another order from the Court. However, if you are entitled to share in your (former) spouse’s retirement…

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