Divorce: New York

Divorce: New York

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Father’s Visitation With Son Suspended, But Child Support Suspended As Well

Posted in Child Support (C.S.S.A.), Custody and Visitation
The father petitioned the Family Court for enforcement of his rights to visit with his 13-year old son. Alternatively, the father asked to suspend his child support obligation. Instead, Westchester County Family Court Judge Hal B. Greenwald granted the mother’s cross petition to modify the prior order of custody and visitation and suspended the father’s… Continue Reading

Parental Alienation Sole Stated Basis For Change In Custody

Posted in Custody and Visitation, Enforcement of Support and Orders
The mother’s alienation of the children from the father was the sole basis stated by the Second Department while upholding a change of custody to the father. In its March 25, 2015 decision in Halioris v. Halioris, the court affirmed an order of Suffolk County Family Court Judge Bernard Cheng. The Second Department noted that… Continue Reading

Judge Calls for Bickering Parents to be Mature

Posted in Custody and Visitation
Kings County Justice Matthew J. D’Emic, in his April 3, 2013 decision in E.S. v. S.S., blamed both parents for the stress upon their young daughters. As a result, no change was made to the custody and visitation provisions of the parents’ divorce judgment. Both sides sought changes to the judgment’s visitation schedule. The mother… Continue Reading