New York should adopt a mathematical formula that would function similarly to one used to award child support to determine both the temporary and post-divorce maintenance due the non-monied spouse in
Lee Rosenberg, a partner at Saltzman Chetkof & Rosenberg, writes that notwithstanding the clear intent to "level the playing field," there still remains a perceived as well as a substantive advantage
...the accessibility of forensic evaluation reports in child custody cases. Rosenberg, of Saltzman Chetkof & Rosenberg in Garden City, and the Nassau bar oppose...
"The theoretical benefit that could be gleaned from showing a forensic report to a child is so clearly outweighed by the potential damages...that the Academy opposes any rule or practice that would p
...Pltf., Thomas P. Cashel's Attorney: William Saltzman, Esq., Saltzman, Chetkof & Rosenberg, LLP, Garden City, NY. Deft.-Appellant...
A man who sold a property that an appellate court subsequently ordered turned over to his wife may still be ordered to pay the value of the property as restitution to the mortgage lender under a litt
Lee Rosenberg, a partner at Saltzman Chetkof & Rosenberg, writes: Despite the clearly expressed legislative intent, there are several decisions which have found that legislative omission in the statu
A Long Island judge has thrown out criminal contempt charges against a divorcing man who purportedly violated an order of protection's prohibition against making "disparaging remarks" about his wife
Acting Justice James F. Quinn of Suffolk County concluded that a contested no-fault divorce should be granted, ending a union that he determined was "irretrievably broken.
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