AVOs and Child Custody – How to Avoid the Death of the Family Unit

May 19, 2016 Family law is not a practice area in which we actively seek work. It is no secret that it is an emotionally-charged area that is usually far from pleasant. However, we do undertake work on family law issues, for our long-term clients and when other criminal, corporate or business matters require it. […]

Teaching Defiant Dogs New Tricks – Contempt and Contraventions

February 11, 2016 Most of you probably have your own idea of what contempt is and how it would play out in Court. Perhaps Jim Carey in Liar Liar, copping a blasting for telling an inconvenient truth, or Harvey Specter in Suits getting threatened for flagrantly embarrassing a lesser skilled judge. Because of these traditional […]

Want to Have Your Cake and Eat it Too? How to Preserve the Pie in a Post-Relationship Property Dispute

March 26, 2015 Men and women alike often come to us worried senseless at the first sign of a break-up, and irrespective of whether property proceedings or even division has been raised or not. Most of the time, they’ve either heard the horror stories of one spouse getting away with most of the assets of […]