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Three Steps to Take If You Are Experiencing Domestic Violence

Posted by Sunshine, Isaacson & Hecht LLP on March 20th, 2020

As many of you are already aware, in response to the growing public-health concern, the Nassau County Family Court has temporarily closed its doors.  Nonetheless, specific arrangements have been made by the judicial system for emergency situations. If you have an emergency legal situation, please do not hesitate to contact us so that we can […]

Three Steps to Take If Your Ex Stops Paying Child Support

Posted by Sunshine, Isaacson & Hecht LLP on February 27th, 2020

If you have custody of your child or children, the court likely directed the other parent to pay child support. It can be extremely difficult to raise a child on a single income, so for many divorced custodial moms and dads, child support payments are a major lifeline. But what happens if the payments suddenly […]

Five Tips for Driving on Icy Roads

Posted by Sunshine, Isaacson & Hecht LLP on January 27th, 2020

With cold weather comes increased danger on the roads. Ice can turn otherwise perfectly good streets into extremely dangerous places. At Sunshine, Isaacson & Hecht, we have seen so many people severely injured in car accidents that were caused by or made worse by icy conditions. We don’t want you to find yourself in this […]

Three Common Misconceptions About Prenup Agreements

Posted by Sunshine, Isaacson & Hecht LLP on December 11th, 2019

The general perception of prenuptial agreements is changing. More and more people are beginning to see prenups less as a taboo and more as the useful planning tool they truly are. A prenuptial agreement is a written contract between two people who intend to get married. It lists all the assets each party has ownership […]

New York Divorce: Contested vs. Uncontested

Posted by Sunshine, Isaacson & Hecht LLP on November 11th, 2019

Until 2010, it was not possible to file for a no-fault divorce in the state of New York. In fact, they were the last state in the country to begin granting no-fault divorces. Couples had to prove that they had grounds for divorce such as adultery, abandonment, cruel treatment, or prolonged separation. Sometimes this led […]

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