Divorce: New York

Divorce: New York

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Divorce Court Will Not Enjoin Wife From Commencing Federal RICO Action Against Husband

Posted in Discovery, Incidental Relief, Temporary (Pendente Lite) Relief
From the “You Can’t Make This Stuff Up” Department: During the course of this Westchester County divorce action, Elizabeth Perry “engaged in inappropriate litigation behavior.” She refused to comply with court orders to produce documents or to submit to an examination before trial, she secreted assets (including millions of dollars of cash assets), and she apparently illicitly acquired… Continue Reading

Court Denies Husband Support and Property Distribution Unless He Gives Wife Islamic Divorce Within 45 Days

Posted in Incidental Relief, Statutes
It seems that every decision after trial rendered by Kings County Supreme Court Justice Jeffrey S. Sunshine is a divorce law treatise. His July 4, 2012 decision in Mojdeh M. v. Jamshid A. is no exception. In addition to issues of property division, spousal maintenance for the husband, child support, and insurance, Justice Sunshine also considered the husband’s… Continue Reading