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  • Will the Court Consider the Wishes of the Child in Family Court Matters?
    Will the Court Consider the Wishes of the Child in Family Court Matters?

    Are the Preferences of Children Relevant to the New York Family Courts? In serving our many clients in the Family Courts located in Westchester County (including White Plains, NY, Yonkers, NY and New ...

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  • Should I Work with the Police if I am Arrested?
    Should I Work with the Police if I am Arrested?

    Many individuals call our office after they are arrested and tell us they are already working with the police to have their pending charge dismissed. As a criminal defense attorney I am always shocked ...

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  • When is a DWI a Felony in New York State?
    When is a DWI a Felony in New York State?

    As a criminal defense attorney in Westchester County, White Plains New York when meeting with a new client charged with DWI it is very important to have an understanding of the client's prior criminal ...

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  • Will Facebook Posts Help or Hurt my Custody Case?
    Will Facebook Posts Help or Hurt my Custody Case?

    Facebook, Twitter, Google Circles, Pinterest, LinkedIn and other social media websites can have a huge impact on a custody , divorce or child support case. "Posts" to social media can be used against ...

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  • Criminal and Traffic Ticket Defense - North Castle, NY
    Criminal and Traffic Ticket Defense - North Castle, NY

    Every criminal matter and traffic ticket should be aggressively defended by a top criminal defense lawyer . The North Castle Justice Court is a local criminal court in Westchester County, New York ...

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  • How Do New York Family Courts view a Parents Right to Visitation?
    How Do New York Family Courts view a Parents Right to Visitation?

    A Parent's Right to Visitation in Child Custody Cases in the Family Courts of New York State Child Visitation was historically considered only a right of a parent . However, developments in the law ...

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