Tag Archives: Family Law
As a grandparent, you may enjoy spending time with your grandchildren. You may have them over for frequent sleepovers, take them on vacations, pay for sports activities and buy gifts. You may have developed a strong bond with them. But then the parents split up. One parent may get custody of the children and move […]
Family court lawyers in Brooklyn recommend that you prepare yourselves adequately before appearing in a family court. Whether it is for divorce or child custody, the ruling often favors a prepared party. Having basic knowledge of the proceedings of family court helps avoid the frustration that comes with the event.
In January of this year, New York society was shocked when it was discovered that the murder of hedge-fund manager Thomas Gilbert, Sr. was purportedly committed by his 30-year-old son. The Princeton graduate, who carries his deceased father’s namesake, had gone to his parents’ home and asked his mother to pick him up a sandwich. […]
Divorce is a time of upheaval. There are uncertainties about property, finances and family issues. Changes in the family structure can create emotional upset for all involved.
Going through divorce, child custody, or other domestic disputes is never an easy thing to endure. You can end up feeling frustrated, angry, betrayed, and confused, and this does not help you prepare for and deal with the challenges and obstacles you may be facing. When your domestic situations end up in front of a […]
Family court lawyers in Brooklyn entail professionals in family law ready to help any family experiencing various family related problems. These problems include child custody, divorce, child support; child visitation, domestic violence, and marital assets just to mention a few.
Legal separation is a court ruling indicating that a married couple is permitted to live apart while continuing to have the same rights and obligations as a divorced couple. There are two ways to file legal separation in the state of New York: a couple may agree to separation or one spouse can ask for […]