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Standing Up to a Spouse’s False Accusations During Divorce
Standing Up to a Spouse’s False Accusations During Divorce

Domestic violence and child abuse allegations are weighty matters that should be investigated. Unfortunately, some spouses use false abuse claims to bolster their petition for child custody , spousal support , or a higher allocation of marital property . Sometimes the ...

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    • How Does the Best Interest of the Child Standard Impact Child Custody?

      The main concern for the court during all child custody proceedings in New York State is the best interest of the child. However, there is no set ...

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    • 5 Preparation Tips for Your Child Custody Hearing

      If you have a court hearing scheduled for a child custody dispute, going through the legal process can be a frightening and confusing ...

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    • Summer Visitation: Tips for Divorced Parents

      Are you a divorced parent concerned about how to tackle this summer’s hectic scheduling with your child and ex-spouse? At Friedman & Friedman PLLC, ...

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    • Determining Child Support in New York

      When parents get a divorce, child support is essential in ensuring the child has everything they need to live. New York's child support laws can be ...

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    • Standing Up to a Spouse’s False Accusations During Divorce

      Domestic violence and child abuse allegations are weighty matters that should be investigated. Unfortunately, some spouses use false abuse claims to ...

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    • Why Should You Consider a Collaborative Divorce?

      Why Should You Consider a Collaborative Divorce? At the best of times, divorce is difficult. Any time two people decide to end their relationship, ...

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    • Annulment Versus Divorce in New York: What Are the Differences?

      What Are the Differences Between an Annulment and Divorce? While both an annulment and a divorce end a marriage, there are key differences between ...

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    • Temporary Restraining Order Provides Immediate Protection

      Temporary Restraining Order Provides Immediate Protection When it comes to orders of protection, the Empire State takes action first and asks ...

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    • How Can I Protect My Assets During Divorce?

      During a divorce, your assets and property will end up on the chopping block and you are likely worried about losing much of what you have worked ...

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    • When Divorce is the Right Decision

      If you are struggling in your marriage, you might be considering the prospect of divorce. However, you might be on the fence about it. After all, ...

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    • How is New York Alimony Calculated?

      Alimony in NY In New York, alimony is referred to in three different ways: as alimony, spousal support, and maintenance. “Temporary maintenance” is an ...

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    • Are Divorces Public Record in New York?

      Most people do not want their neighbors, their friends, or even close family members knowing the details of their divorce . Unfortunately, that is a ...

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    • Attorney Andrea Friedman Speaking at Women’s Lunch and Learn Workshop

      As a skilled attorney, our firm partner Andrea B. Friedman has gained a reputation for offering extensive legal knowledge and compassionate counsel in ...

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    • Moxxie Purple Pump Award Given to Attorney Andrea Friedman

      Attorney Andrea Friedman of Friedman & Friedman PLLC, Attorneys at Law on Long Island has built a reputation for greatness. Since the beginning of her ...

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    • ACDS Westchester Golf Outing

      Andrea Friedman , founding partner of Friedman & Friedman PLLC, Attorneys at Law , is a proud member of the advisory committee for the ACDS . This ...

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    • Tips for Creating a Prenuptial Agreement in New York

      A prenuptial agreement is a contract between you and your spouse-to-be that is established before you get married. It sets forth the rights, ...

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