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We understand that right now, many New Yorkers have urgent questions about their parenting and custody agreements and arrangements. Coronavirus and the subsequent restrictions imposed on movement have created a sense of uncertainty for many parents. The firm is currently open for business. We are also offering remote consultations via video chat and phone calls. We are here to answer your pressing questions about your custody arrangements during the coronavirus crisis, as well as to speak about any other family law and divorce issues you may have.

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On June 26, 2020, singer-turned-talk show host Kelly Clarkson won a Daytime Emmy for the Kelly Clarkson Show. That day, she sent two tweets: one thanking her crew, and one thanking Brandon Blackstock for believing in her. In the normal course of a day this might not seem like much, but Kelly Clarkson filed for…

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As July 4th approaches, and we continue to adjust to the “new normal,” you may be considering your own independence – separation or divorce. While we can expect plenty of fireworks this holiday weekend, if the fireworks in your marriage have shifted from the romantic and bright kind to the loud and explosive kind, it…

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When COVID-19 hit and the Courts in New York shutdown in mid-March, new divorce actions could no longer be filed. Many couples contemplating divorce were left in limbo. However, as of May 25th, the Courts are now accepting new divorce filings. If you are ready to take the next step and move forward with your…

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Technology has been changing the landscape of how attorneys do business for a long time. As electronic communications become more and more secure, and clients have less time to travel back and forth for meetings or court proceedings, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods allow increased freedom for divorce solutions. During the nationwide COVID-19 pandemic, courtrooms…

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People who disagree have many options. Most broadly, they can ignore the problem, fight to the death to preserve their position, or mutually work towards an amicable resolution. If you are interested in the latter, mediation can help. Private mediation is a voluntary, solution-focused, confidential, and supportive process structured to help people reach mutually acceptable…

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