November 13

How to Divorce If Spouse Cannot Be Located

How to Divorce If Spouse Cannot Be Located

A very common question from potential clients is “How can I get a divorce if I don’t know where my husband or wife is?” New York Domestic Relations Law § 232 states that, in a divorce action, the Defendant must be personally served with the Summons With Notice or Summons and Complaint, unless the court.

September 30

Louis Sternberg Nominated as Best Divorce Lawyer for 2015

Louis Sternberg Nominated as Best Divorce Lawyer for 2015

We are proud to announce that Louis L. Sternberg has once again been nominated as the Best Divorce Lawyer by the Long Island Press. After placing second in 2014, we hope to place first this year. Voting starts October 1, 2014 and continues through December 15, 2014. Please vote up to once per day from.

September 13

New York Times on Custody Issues Facing Same-Sex Couples

In an article dated September 12, 2014, the New York Times addressed one of the many custody and visitation problems facing same-sex couples. The article, titled “Parenthood Denied by the Law-After a Same-Sex Couple’s Breakup, a Custody Battle” explores the custody struggles of a Nassau County lesbian couple after they broke up. The article briefly.

August 26

USA Today Article on Pet Custody

USA Today Article on Pet Custody

  USA Today has published a very interesting article about the litigation of custody of pets in divorce. The article also addresses the recent decision in the New York County Supreme Court matter of Travis v. Murray in which Judge Matthew Cooper used a “best for all concerned” standard in determining custody of the two and.

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