NYC Family Lawyer: Divorce and Separation in the Intergenerational Family Unit

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Divorce and separation are complex matters that can significantly impact families, particularly those with multiple generations involved. In the dynamic and diverse city of New York, intergenerational families face unique challenges when going through these transitions. This blog post aims to shed light on the issues affecting intergenerational families with divorce and separation involving children, and how a family law …

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Client Cosmolex Portal

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Rincker Law, PLLC has been using Cosmolex for the last year.  Cosmolex offers an opportunity for us to have a Client Cosmolex Portal.  Client invoices, court pleadings, and correspondence is saved into your Cosmolex portal.  You are also able to upload documents into the portal to send them to us.  This can work great for confidential documents such as tax …

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Illinois Employment Law: What Issues Should Employment Handbooks Discuss? (Part 1)

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There is no one size fits all for employment handbooks but there are a few things that you should be sure your handbook discusses.   Here are a few pointers: Terms of Employment Open Door Policy Drug Free Workplace Policy Equal Employment Opportunity Polic Non-Union Status Statement Sexual Harassment Policy  Leave Policies Sick Leave Only a handful of states have their …

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Ask Cari: 3 Things Families Should Consider During COVID-19 Pandemic and Shelter in Place

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Our phones have been ringing off the hook during this pandemic – we have all been affected by this virus and it’s times like now that remind us about what is important in life.  Here are 3 considerations/ reminders during this time: Parenting Time During Shelter in Place- Most states have carve-outs during the shelter in place for parenting time.  Speak …

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5 Steps to Take When Winding Down Your Business

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There are many reasons business owners close up shop, including retirement, starting a new venture or, hopefully, because they’ve won the lottery.  No matter what the reason, it’s important to diligently wind down a business before moving on. Here are five steps to take: Reach consensus. If you’re a sole proprietor, then the only consensus you need is your own.  …

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New York Matrimonial Law: Service by Publication

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In a divorce, it sometimes is “impossible” to find and personally serve the defendant-spouse. After other efforts have been made, service by publication may be used as a last resort after “diligent” searching by other methods under CPLR 315. Service by publication is time consuming and may be costly. A poor person’s fee waiver for certain court filing fees is …

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New York Animal Law: Injuries by Pets and Farm Animals

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A friend recently told me a story of a particular house in her neighborhood that she avoids on her walks with her children, since the dog “looks and acts vicious”. In the past, neighbors have complained of the dog running up to the end of the property with a loud, intimidating bark; however, the dog has yet to run off …

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Kicking Off My “Book Tour” for Onward and Upward

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I will be starting off my “Book Tour” for my book “Onward and Upward:  Guide for Getting Through New York Divorce & Family Law Issues” at my BNI Chapter on March 29, 2016 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm at Club 101 located at 101 Park Avenue (at 41st and Park Avenue, just a block south of Grand Central Station).  I will be …

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Upcoming Lawline Series on Food and Agriculture Law Topics

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I’m very excited to announce that I will be putting on a three part food and agriculture law series with Lawline. These will be the first food and agriculture law presentations on Lawline. It is FREE to come to the live recording of the lecture.  The recording will later be available on, along with some other great law lectures. …

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Interested in Starting an Agriculture or Environmental Law Practice?

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I will be joining Natara Feller, an energy lawyer, on April 9, 2013 to discuss starting an agriculture or environmental law practice.  The “Quick Teleconference” is hosted by the American Bar Association’s (“ABA”) Section of Environment, Energy and Resources (“SEER”) Special Committee on Young Lawyers and the Special Committee on Law Students.  The Quick Teleconference is free for SEER members …

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Guest Appearance on the Russ Terry Show: Dealing with Divorce

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I will be making a guest appearance on the Russ Terry Show on March 25, 2013 from 9-9:30pm.  Russ is a Life Coach in the Greater New York City area and his Blog Talk Radio Show has different themes each week.  On the 25th, Russ will be getting down and dirty with the “D” word (“and I don’t mean Dallas”). …

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Mediator for the New York State Agriculture Mediation Program (NYSAMP)

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Since completing the mediation apprenticeship program with the New York Peace Institute, my Community Dispute Resolution Center (“CDRC”) in Manhattan and Brooklyn, I have been admitted to the roster of mediators for the New York State Agriculture Mediation Program (“NYSAMP”).  NYSAMP works with the CDRC’s in each country throughout New York to provide free mediation services for the New York …

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