Covid Related Issues in Matrimonial Law

Posted by Martin E. FriedlanderDec 09, 20200 Comments

Covid Related Issues in Matrimonial Law An issue that has been raised, and while I believe applications have been made for the court, there are no known decisions concerning this matter. The issue is the best interest and safety of the children. There are conflicts between parents regarding their...

Marriage During the Time of Corona

Posted by Martin E. FriedlanderJun 24, 20200 Comments

Marriage During the Time of Corona: In this article, featured in Hamodia Prime Magazine,  Rabbi Simcha Feuerman, LCSW-R, and I delve into how COVID newlyweds are coping during this pandemic. The article provides psychological guidelines for COVID couples and concerned family members and a legal ...

DIVORCE 101: GIVE YOURSELF TIME

Posted by Martin E. FriedlanderJan 05, 20200 Comments

Rule #1: Give Yourself TimeYou are going through a lot, and it is going to take some time torecover. Don't listen to people who urge you to “just get over it.” You'll getover it in your own time. Most people start to recover from a divorce inabout a year or so. Some people require a lot longer. ...

This is not for me anymore!

Posted by Martin E. FriedlanderNov 21, 20180 Comments

In a recent blog post for Nefesh International, Martin Friedlander, Esq. discusses the issue of when children are placed in a religious conflict during a divorce proceeding when one parent is no longer observant. Click here to read the full blog post.

Court Of Appeals Adopts Vicarious Consent Doctrine Which Allows Recording Of A Minor Child If In The Best Interest Of The Child

Posted by Martin E. FriedlanderMay 12, 20160 Comments

The State of New York has well settled eavesdropping rules and is known as a one party consent state. As such, it is a violation of Penal Law § 250, to record a conversation that no party to the conversation consented to the recording and that evidence would be inadmissible (not able to be used i...

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