Category: Family Law

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Ten Tips On Divorcing During The Holidays

Nov 20, 2020

Divorce is a difficult and emotionally-trying experience at any time. However, going through such proceedings during the holiday season can be especially challenging.  That said, The Levitsky Law Firm, Brooklyn divorce attorneys, maintain that [...]

A Guide to Your Rights as the Non-Custodial Parent

Nov 13, 2020

One of the most contentious issues during a divorce is child custody. Each of the two parents always fights to have custodial rights over the child.  If both parents are not able to agree on who will stay with the child, it will be upon the [...]

How Infidelity Affects Divorce

Oct 14, 2020

Under Brighton Beach laws, infidelity among married couples is regarded as a crime. Under NYPL 255.17, infidelity is considered a class B misdemeanor. Sometimes until 1967, infidelity was the only acknowledged ground for divorce, and the offender [...]

What Determines How Much Alimony I Get?

Oct 09, 2020

Going through a divorce is one of the most difficult things that anyone can experience. You will feel a range of emotions as you do so. But you cannot allow them to overrule your reason. You must protect your material interests. That is why you [...]

How does Separation and Child Support work?

Sep 30, 2020

When a couple decides to separate, they have to figure out how to still manage aspects of the marriage that they share. In addition to assets and debt, this includes children and how they will be supported. Once a separation takes place, the couple [...]

What is an order of protection? Do I Need it?

Sep 25, 2020

The safety of you and your children is top priority and should always be treated with urgency. Unfortunately, there are instances when a protection order needs to be obtained to keep a person safe and protect the children if there are any involved [...]

How Does Child Preference Influence Child Custody?

Aug 25, 2020

In a child custody case, a child may have a preference as to with which parent they primarily reside and how often they see the other parent. The child's preference is one factor a court will consider in making a child custody determination. The [...]

When Does It Become Too Late to Have a Post Nup Created?

Jul 28, 2020

Prior to getting married, many couples have decided to create a prenuptial agreement, which states how property and other assets will be divided should they later divorce. While these agreements are somewhat common, many couples fail to realize they [...]