Divorce: New York

Divorce: New York

Tag Archives: Justice John P. Colangelo

Mother’s Driving While Impaired Warrants Hearing on Father’s Application to Limit Mother’s Visitation

Posted in Custody and Visitation
The Appellate Division, Second Department, has held that a father’s application for sole custody and for supervised visitation for the mother, should not have been denied without a hearing, where the father had alleged that the mother operated a motor vehicle in a impaired state, posing a danger to the children. In Nusbaum v. Nusbaum,… Continue Reading

Divorce Stipulations That Change Court Standards Must Be Precise

Posted in Agreements and Stipulations, Child Support (C.S.S.A.), Maintenance, Modification-agreements-and-stipulations
Under a 2004 stipulation of settlement that was incorporated, but survived the entry of the judgment of divorce that ended the parties seven-year marriage, the ex-husband/father was to pay $250,000.00 in annual maintenance and $140,000.00 in annual child support emancipated. The stipulation further provided that the father would be able to apply for a reduction… Continue Reading