Westchester Mat Law Blog

, Attorney Jessica H. Ressler Explores How to Face the World Alone Post-Divorce or Loss

Attorney Jessica H. Ressler Explores How to Face the World Alone Post-Divorce or Loss

WHITE PLAINS, NY (PRWEB) JUNE 13, 2016 Matrimonial and family law attorney Jessica H. Ressler, of Westchester Matrimonial LLC, recently gave a standing-room-only presentation at a Morgan Stanley seminar series, sponsored by The Ruby...

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, Westchester Matrimonial Attorney Jessica H. Ressler Illustrates International Child-Custody Issues

Westchester Matrimonial Attorney Jessica H. Ressler Illustrates International Child-Custody Issues

In light of an October 26, 2015, Today Parents article about actress Kelly Rutherford’s international child-custody dispute, attorney Jessica H. Ressler, of Westchester Matrimonial LLC, discusses how to deal with child-custody cases when the...

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, The Catholic Church: New Initiative for Annulments

The Catholic Church: New Initiative for Annulments

One of the most basic tenets in Catholicism is the sacrament of marriage. In order for a marriage to be valid in the eyes of God, an authorized priest or deacon must marry Catholics...

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What Is Constructive Emancipation For Child Support In New York?

In New York, parents are obligated to pay basic child support and add-on expenses for their child until the child turns 21, unless the child is “emancipated” before the child turns 21. New York...

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What Is The New York Child Relocation Law?

Custodial parents who want to relocate with their child/children may find it difficult to do so, especially if there is a provision in an Agreement or Court Order preventing the parent from moving with...

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Who Claims The Dependency Exemption On The Tax Return?

Who Gets The Dependency Exemption On The Tax Return? As parents negotiate child custody and support agreements they are faced with many decisions. The biggest decisions usually revolve around custody, visitation, and child support,...

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Don’t Forget College Planning During Divorce Negotiations

Depending on how old your children are at the time of your divorce, it can be easy to forget about the cost of college when negotiating child support in your divorce. The situation can...

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An Introduction To Custody Forensic Evaluations

If you’re in the middle of a child custody case and have been ordered to participate in a forensic evaluation you probably have a lot of questions about the process. You may even be...

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Radio Interview – Business Leader Spotlight

Welcome to the Business Leader Spotlight Show I want to welcome everyone to the Business Leader Spotlight Show. This is Randy Van Ittersum your host for today. Today we have with us Jessica Ressler,...

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What Is A Parenting Plan?

During divorce proceedings, most parents have their children’s welfare at the forefront of their minds, but sometimes the emotions involved in divorce cases make it hard for parents to think objectively about the day-to-day...

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