Blog Posts in December, 2013

  • New York campaign seeks to combat reckless driving

    || 27-Dec-2013

    Anyone who drives a vehicle has to be aware of what is going around them. For some drivers, it is easy to become distracted while driving. Any type of distraction can cause a driver to get into an accident because of delayed response times to things around them. New York residents might like to know about a new campaign aimed at trying to remind drivers that there are serious consequences to ...
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  • 800 miles: woman drives across the country to fight traffic fine

    || 27-Dec-2013

    Woman from another state was ticketed after leaving New York to drive home following a September 11 commemoration. The citation she received was for having an obstucted view. According to a report on her traffic violation, which was issued in a state neighboring New York, she was told the string of flowers bordering her window, and possibly the political signs and trinkets she had attached to her ...
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  • New York judge will hear state's first pet custody dispute

    || 20-Dec-2013

    Pet custody is a serious issue in many New York divorce cases. Few people want to lose their pets just because their marriages are ending. Determining who gets to keep a beloved dog or cat in the event of divorce is very complicated in New York. Divorcing couples often want these disputes handled in the way that child custody cases are handled, but the law does not exactly allow for that. Under ...
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  • Mom sues New York judge after custody case drags on for years

    || 5-Dec-2013

    Child custody matters are the most contentious issues in many New York divorce cases. Divorcing parents tend to have strong opinions about custody, parenting time and parenting plans, and it can be difficult to reach agreements. In many cases, however, it is possible to come up with a suitable child custody arrangement by working hard outside of court, with the assistance of family law attorneys, ...
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