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Child Support For Private School After Divorce

Child Support For Private School After Divorce

The following article was written by Joseph H Nivin, Esq., from the Law Offices of Joseph H. Nivin for NY Metro Parents.  Every parent wants his or her child to receive the best possible opportunities. Many families do not believe that their children will achieve their…

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The Nia Guzman-Chris Brown Child Support Case – Lesson One: Do Not Brag About Your New Ferraris When Someone Is After You For Child Support.

The Nia Guzman-Chris Brown Child Support Case – Lesson One: Do Not Brag About Your New Ferraris When Someone Is After You For Child Support.

Nia Guzman is suing Chris Brown for more child support. “Nia is absurd. She’s been living in California for months and has established residency there just so she could take Chris to court in LA for more child support! The case is already in effect and Nia…

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Your Custody Case, Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale

Your Custody Case, Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale

As you may have heard, Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale have reached a divorce settlement. The settlement includes the following: (1) Stefani will keep more of the assets, (2) no child support, and (3) shared custody of the couple’s two children.  The newspaper article above…

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The National Advocates Top 100 Lawyers

The National Advocates Top 100 Lawyers

PRESS RELEASE March 21st, 2016—The National Advocates organization is pleased to announce that Mr. Joseph H. Nivin has been selected for inclusion into its Matrimonial and Family Law specialty, an honor given to only a select group of lawyers as recognition of their superior skills…

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Paid child support for a college student? Receive a credit for money spent on room and board.

Paid child support for a college student? Receive a credit for money spent on room and board.

In the Matter of Marina B. Brandt, appellant, v Robert A. Peirce, respondent.   D’Agostino Law Office, P.C., Pleasantville, N.Y. (Joseph Rizzo of counsel), for appellant. Daniel Lawrence Pagano, Yorktown Heights, N.Y., for respondent.   DECISION & ORDER Appeal from an order of the Family…

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Decreased Visitation Does Not Mean Increased Child Support

Decreased Visitation Does Not Mean Increased Child Support

Casler v Casler 2015 NY Slip Op 06653 Decided on August 26, 2015 Appellate Division, Second Department Published by New York State Law Reporting Bureau pursuant to Judiciary Law § 431. This opinion is uncorrected and subject to revision before publication in the Official Reports….

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In a divorce matter where the marital residence is at issue…

In a divorce matter where the marital residence is at issue…

In a divorce matter where the marital residence is at issue, the Court should give the parties the option of retaining exclusive occupancy of the residence upon payment of the marital debts, within a reasonable amount of time,” says attorney Joseph H. Nivin. SUPREME COURT…

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Is Relocation Good For The Children?

Is Relocation Good For The Children?

2013-06224 DECISION & ORDER In the Matter of Lisa Christy, appellant, v Brian Christy, respondent. (Docket Nos. V-14614-12, V-14615-12, V-14616-12) Bryan L. Salamone & Associates, P.C., Melville, N.Y. (Katherine M. Saciolo of counsel), for appellant. Golden Hirschhorn LLP, Garden City, N.Y. (Alan K. Hirschhorn of…

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Findings of Child Neglect

Findings of Child Neglect

  Matter of Anastasia L.-D. (Ronald D.)   Jeffrey D. Friedlander, Acting Corporation Counsel, New York, N.Y. (Leonard Koerner and Ronald E. Sternberg of counsel), for appellant. Deanna Everett-Johnson, Brooklyn, N.Y., for respondent. Steven Banks, New York, N.Y. (Tamara A. Steckler and Patricia Colella of…

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Contested Custody Cases

Contested Custody Cases

  Matter of Mandal v Mandal   Amy Mulzer, Brooklyn, N.Y., for appellant. Teresita Morales, Jamaica, N.Y., attorney for the children. In a child custody proceeding pursuant to Family Court Act article 6, the mother appeals, as limited by her brief, from so much of…

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