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Navigating Visitation and COVID-19

Navigating Visitation and COVID-19 Introduction: Amid the spreading COVID-19 pandemic that has hit the United States and the subsequent shelter-in-place orders issued worldwide, residents everywhere are struggling to adapt to the new reality surrounding us. Non-essential staff in just about every industry have been sent home to work from there and besides the brave health-care …

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Custody/Visitation and Child Support During COVID-19

These are unprecedented times we are living in and with that comes questions about how to navigate pending issues within families such as custody/visitation and child support. The COVID-19 pandemic sweeping across the world is hitting New York particularly hard and making parents everywhere readjust to a whole new normal. While it is daunting and …

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Jessica H Ressler

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 Group at Morgan Stanley, entitled “Facing the World Alone: Financial and Legal Survival After Divorce or a Loss.” The audience was …

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Considerations For Divorcing Parents With Special Needs Children

Every child is different. Every family is different. Westchester Matrimonial attorneys are experienced in advocating on behalf of parents and children with special needs. No matter what your child’s and family’s needs, an experienced Westchester Matrimonial attorney will be with you every step of the way. Educational Expenses Additional educational expenses may be required for …

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Mediation – Part One

Mediation in matrimonial matters has evolved with a stigma of producing agreements that are non-compliant with New York State Domestic Relations Law and in setting parties up for economic failure. Much like matrimonial arbitration, mediation is driven by the matrimonial knowledge and domestic relations experience of the Mediator. To the extent that your Mediator is …

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