The firm received another signed Judgment of Divorce from the Nassau County Supreme Court. Per the terms of the Judgment, the parties have joint legal custody of the parties’ unemancipated child.
The Nassau County Supreme Court granted our client’s divorce and the Judgment of Divorce has been entered. The parties reached an amicable settlement whereby each party waived maintenance, their rights to the other’s retirement accounts, and their rights to the other’s bank accounts.
The firm received a signed Judgment of Divorce and concluded another matrimonial matter in Nassau County Supreme Court. Per the terms of the Judgment, our client has residential custody of the parties’ children and is entitled to child support.
In order to divide the parties’ retirement accounts pursuant to the parties’ Stipulation of Settlement post-divorce, a Domestic Relations Order was signed by the judge in Nassau County Supreme Court.
The firm submitted an uncontested divorce package to the New York County Supreme Court. The agreed-upon provisions entitle our client to custody of the parties’ minor child, child support, maintenance, and her equitable share of the parties’ real estate once the property is sold.
Opposing counsel filed a Motion to Dismiss our client’s Custody/Visitation Petition based on res judicata in Suffolk County Family Court. After our firm filed opposition papers, the judge ruled in our client’s favor, holding that the Petition shall not be dismissed because Custody/Visitation Orders are not entitled to res judicata effect and are subject to …
The Firm successfully negotiated a settlement for a Nassau County Divorce matter. The settlement entitles our client to the value of her share of the equity in the marital residence, health insurance, and joint custody of the parties’ minor child.
The Firm filed a Family Offense Petition in Nassau County Family Court on behalf of our client and her daughter. The Judge issued an Ex Parte Stay Away Order of Protection which ordered the Respondent be vacated from the parties’ residence.
After mother restricted our client from having meaningful parenting time with the parties’ child, the firm filed an Emergency Order to Show Cause in Queens County Supreme Court on behalf of the father. The emergency motion sought temporary relief granting father additional parenting time. The judge signed the motion and directed the parties to enter …
The Firm defended against an Emergency Petition to Modify a Custody/Visitation Order after the Plaintiff relocated, thereby rendering the parties’ prior visitation schedule impractical. The Judge issued a Final Order of Custody and Parenting Time to reflect the parties’ new visitation schedule. Our client maintained sole residential custody of the parties’ children with visitation to …