Category: Family Law

Same-Sex Divorce Options in NY

Apr 08, 2022

New York State treats same-sex couple divorces the same as a traditional divorce. When a same-sex couple determines this is the best path forward, they must file divorce papers and create terms of separation. In the same manner as heterosexual [...]

“Reasonable” Time Sharing in NY Child Custody

Apr 01, 2022

Many couples who have been married but are divorcing and couples who never married but are separating and have children are opting for time-sharing agreements with each other to share the custody of their children. As long as both parties can get [...]

Are There Geographical Restrictions when it comes to child custody?

Mar 31, 2022

Geographical Restrictions in Child Custody -- Brooklyn Child Custody Attorneys The Levitsky Law Firm is your child custody lawyer in Brooklyn. Entering into a divorce settlement places stress on everyone involved. You and your children may find new [...]

What determines Spousal Maintenance in NY

Mar 04, 2022

Are you wondering what determines Spousal Maintenance in NY? Perhaps you are in the process of divorcing your spouse and unsure how to calculate spousal support? You're in the right spot! This blog explores some of the factors that determine [...]

Do Children have a say in a NY Child Custody Cases?

Feb 04, 2022

Do children have a say in New York custody cases?  Should New York serve as a role model for other states and countries regarding child custody?  Brooklyn custody lawyer, Levitsky Law Firm offers answers to these questions.  Please read all the [...]

NY Child Custody and Parent Relocation

Jan 31, 2022

When divorced or separated spouses wish to move out of state, they may need an order from the Family Court or the consent of the other parent, especially if the children are to be relocated as well. If you or the other parent are considering moving [...]

How to Protect Assets in a Divorce

Jan 14, 2022

It seems undoubtedly true that virtually anyone who has gone to see a Brooklyn divorce lawyer has done so with the intention of speaking with that individual in order to try to protect as many of their assets in court as they possibly can. People [...]

Holiday Child Custody

Dec 22, 2021

There are holidays throughout the year and children normally want to spend those holidays with both of their parents, even when parents are no longer a couple. This can mean that you may need to create a parenting plan with a Brooklyn Holiday Child [...]

Grandparent Visitations

Dec 03, 2021

For decades, courts across the country have granted custody and visiting rights to mothers and fathers of children, but what happens when a grandparent is being needlessly kept from their grandchildren? In New York, grandparent visitation is a newer [...]

Post Nuptial Agreements

Nov 30, 2021

Prenuptial agreements get a lot of bad press because many feel that it is assumed the marriage is doomed if you are already preparing for divorce. Prenuptial agreements actually protect each party’s interest even within the marriage, not just in [...]