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  • Don't Lie Or Exaggerate On Your Statement Of Net Worth
    Don't Lie Or Exaggerate On Your Statement Of Net Worth

    Nearly every matrimonial client completes the Statement Of Net Worth ("SNW"). This document is a cornerstone and the first piece of assembling financial information for the future resolution or ...

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  • Divorce In Suffolk County During Phase Three
    Divorce In Suffolk County During Phase Three

    Long Island Courts which include divorce cases entered Phase Three on June 26, 2020. As per official court memos to attorneys, Phase Three will increase in person court appearances on a limited basis. ...

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  • More Thoughts On What Divorce/Family Court Are Like As Long Island Has Entered Phase Two
    More Thoughts On What Divorce/Family Court Are Like As Long Island Has Entered Phase Two

    Long Island Law Firms have entered Phase Two and are now allowed to be physically open. So after approximately three months of remote work our office is now open. The Family & Supreme Court are also ...

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  • What Will Divorce And Family Court Be Like After Covid-19
    What Will Divorce And Family Court Be Like After Covid-19

    The Long Island Suffolk Supreme and Family Courts (Nassau & Suffolk) are partially open, but not yet having litigants attending in person on a non-emergency basis of any kind. While there have been ...

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  • Opting Out Of Child Support Modifications
    Opting Out Of Child Support Modifications

    When child support amounts are agreed to in a Settlement Agreement , parties are given the option to “opt out” of two of the three otherwise automatic provisions for upward or downward modification of ...

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  • CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTS AFTER CORONA VIRUS JOB LOSS
    CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTS AFTER CORONA VIRUS JOB LOSS

    Will I receive a NY child support reduction if I was laid off or furloughed or had my hours cut due to the Corona Virus? The answer like so many other questions about laws is “it depends”. What that ...

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