Recent Posts in child custody dispute Category

  • When Can You Record Another Person in New York State?

    || 21-Dec-2015

    I am often asked whether or not one can record another person. This issue comes up most often during custody issues when allegations are contradictory as to what is being said between parents. The answer to this question can be complicated but the short answer is one can record another person so long as one party to the conversation knows that it is being recorded. As such, a recorder cannot be ...
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  • The Dangers of Parental Alienation

    || 23-Jan-2015

    Parental Alienation is a newer concept for the courts. While many people claim alienation is taking place by one parent against the other, many times this is not the case. When alienation is really occurring it is a traumatic event in both the lives of the parent who is being alienated as well as the children. Both Mothers and Fathers are equally responsible for the acts associated with ...
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  • Medical technology may change the face of child custody disputes

    || 20-May-2014

    One celebrity story may actually have relevance as far as family law cases are concerned. Jason Patric apparently fathered a child by being the sperm donor for another woman. After the child was born he had a continuing relationship with the boy. However, at some point the mother decided to withhold visits. Patric now would like to regain visitation rights with the son and establish a parental ...
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