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  • Relocation Cases Are Still Difficult
    Relocation Cases Are Still Difficult

    Every few months I am retained either to obtain permission to relocate with the children or to oppose it. Even after 30 years of being a Family Law attorney and a lawyer for nearly 40 years, these ...

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  • Courts Are More Open, But...
    Courts Are More Open, But...

    So it is now July, 2021 and the Suffolk County Supreme (Matrimonial Part) and Family Courts are more open than at any time during the Covid Pandemic. Of course this depends on which courtrooms, which ...

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  • Vacation Schedule Issues And How To Avoid
    Vacation Schedule Issues And How To Avoid

    Who gets to pick first when summer vacations have to be scheduled for separated families? If you have a parenting agreement already in place then the simple answer is to follow the agreement. However, ...

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  • Covid Vaccine Debate & Parenting Issues
    Covid Vaccine Debate & Parenting Issues

    What happens when divorced or separated parents can't agree on whether their child should receive the Covid Vaccine or what happens if a parent chooses not to get the vaccine and still wants their ...

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  • As Covid Continues So Do Visitation Disputes
    As Covid Continues So Do Visitation Disputes

    We have all been living with Covid since approximately March, 2020 and the end while perhaps in sight is still not here. The winter has been tough on every state and the distribution of vaccines while ...

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  • The Difficulties Of A Virtual Trial
    The Difficulties Of A Virtual Trial

    Due to the rise in the positivity rate during Covid-19 the NY Courts have announced that all trials not already commenced will be done virtually. This includes trials with and without a jury, civil ...

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