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“You’ve Been Served”: What to Do If You’re Served Divorce Papers

Posted by Jason Isaacson on February 20th, 2019

Being served with divorce papers can be upsetting and stressful, or may just be a welcome and practical step towards ending a relationship. However you feel about being served divorce papers, there are certain things you must now do to move the process forward. This article talks you through each step. Read the papers carefully […]

A Brief Introduction to New York Navigation Law 181

Posted by Jason Isaacson on February 10th, 2019

“If your property has been damaged due to the spilling of petroleum/oil products, and if your life has been turned upside down as a result of the spill, we are here for you.” The state of New York takes environmental safety very seriously, and has many laws on the books to help protect the Long […]

5 Common Pitfalls to Avoid In Your Child Custody Case

Posted by teamrbdg on October 27th, 2017

Child custody proceedings are difficult and stressful for both parents. With emotions running high, parents often unwittingly make poor choices that adversely affect both their children and their case. While not exhaustive, here are some common pitfalls to avoid in your child custody proceeding: 1. Denigrating or Disparaging the Other Parent The courts recognize the […]

Top Divorce Questions: Who Pays The Legal Fees?

Posted by teamrbdg on September 13th, 2017

{2:40 minutes to read} Almost every new client that consults with our firm for a divorce proceeding asks one of two questions: Does my spouse have to pay for my lawyer? OR Do I have to pay for my spouse’s lawyer? The answer comes as a surprise to most. The Domestic Relations Law has a […]

Your Business Could Be in the Middle of Your Partner’s Messy Divorce

Posted by Jason Isaacson on April 27th, 2016

{5 minutes to read} If your business partner is going through a divorce, their spouse may be entitled to compensation for direct or indirect contributions to the business. The divorcing spouse has the right to argue that their direct and indirect contributions to the business attributed to its growth and success, if they can prove […]

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