Doing the Pandemic Pivot: Consider Using “Virtual Mediation” to Resolve Your Dispute

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Boy, life has changed in the last month.  A client told me that it happened like an avalanche and I could not agree more.  I have been conducting meditations via Zoom and GoToMeeting  and it has been working great.  I have also been referring clients to virtual/online and they have had nice experiences so far.  Pandemics force us to change …

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New York Child Custody and Visitation Agreements – Think About Traveling with Children

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The Courts have found travel to be in the best interest of the child. Consequently, a parent should not unreasonably withhold consent for the child to travel with the other parent. If the non-traveling parent unreasonably withholds consent then the court can override the non-traveling parent’s objection to the travel.  See Matter of Arroyo v. Agosta, 2010 NY Slip Op …

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Sample Mediation Chapter from the New Family Law Book

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I’m excited to share a sample chapter of my newest book, “Onward and Upward:  Guide for Getting Through Divorce & Family Law Issues.”  You can find my chapter on Mediation, here or here. Mediation can be a great form of Alternative Dispute Resolution (“ADR”) to help people through any type of family law dispute including child custody and parenting time disputes, …

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