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Recent Appellate Division Family Law Decisions- November 27, 2013

On November 27, 2013, the Second Department decided the following New York Family Law cases: Kessler v. Kessler: In this action for divorce the Court denied the wife’s request for a credit of $20,000 for marital funds used to pay a premarital debt of the husband. The Court held that the parties’ choice of how …

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Seidner & Associates Negotiates Favorable Settlement

After we successfully obtained Institutional Medicaid for our client, as expected, the Nursing Home sent a bill for services rendered before we were retained. We negotiated the bill down to about 40% of what the nursing home wanted saving our client tens of thousands of dollars while maintaining an amicable relationship for her and her …

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Recent Appellate Division Family Law Cases- November 20, 2013

On November 20, 2013, the Second Department decided the following New York Family Law cases: Anonymous v. Anonymous: In this case, the parties shared joint legal custody of the minor child with the mother having physical custody and the father having liberal visitation pursuant to their judgment of divorce. When the mother was undergoing surgery …

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Recent Appellate Division Family Law Decisions- November 13, 2013

On November 13, 2013, the Second Department decided the following New York Family Law cases: Carter v. Carter: The Court denied the mother’s request to relocate to Florida because she failed to establish that the proposed move would not have a negative impact on the children’s relationship with their father. Furthermore, the Court found joint …

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Seidner & Associates Obtains Temporary Support

Our client, a mother of three, was seeking a temporary order for support, exclusive use and occupancy of the parties’ home, a lifestyle analysis and business valuation, carrying charges, as well as counsel fees. Attorney Matthew Seidner argued the motion and obtained maintenance, child support and attorney’s fees over vehement objections from the husband’s counsel …

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