(212) 349-1600 Located: 370 Lexington Ave, Suite 901 New York, New York 10017 map

Our Blog


Emergency Child Custody in New York

May 31, 2023
That pit in the bottom of your stomach that your child is no longer safe in the care of their other parent should not be ignored. If you have even the slightest doubt in your mind about the safety of your child, it is time to speak with an experienced New York child custody...
Read More

What is a Temporary Restraining Order in New York

May 10, 2023
There might come a time when you need to file for a temporary restraining order (TRO) for issues that arise involving your children. The goal of a temporary restraining order is to prevent the subject of the order from interacting with you and/or your children. If approved by the court, the TRO will take...
Read More

How to File for Child Visitation Rights in New York

April 10, 2023
Separations and divorces can cause instability in a child's life, often separating them from important, influential people in their world. Maintaining continuity helps children gain a sense of balance in their world as their family dynamics change significantly. You may need help establishing visitation with a child during divorce proceedings. A family law attorney...
Read More

The Benefits of an Uncontested Divorce

April 5, 2023
Working together and agreeing on the elements that build a marriage can also benefit a couple when both parties feel it is time to dissolve the union. Not all divorces end amicably, with both parties agreeing to the same circumstances. But when that happens, it will make the divorce process much more straightforward, faster,...
Read More

How Are Marital Assets Divided in New York?

March 10, 2023
Divorce can often be a difficult time of emotionally charged uncertainty. One of the most complicated parts of a divorce is deciding how marital assets should be distributed. In New York divorces, marital assets are divided using the principles of equitable distribution. Equitable distribution calls for a fair, if not equal, distribution between spouses....
Read More

Difference Between an Uncontested and Contested Divorce

March 5, 2023
Divorce is complicated. There are different types of divorces, each coming with its own set of issues. In New York, you may have a contested or uncontested divorce. Understanding the details of each type is crucial so you can make an educated decision about your divorce. Facing a divorce can feel overwhelming, especially when...
Read More

How Are Child Visitation Rights Determined in New York?

February 15, 2023
Having children is one of life’s greatest blessings. Not being able to see your child can be excruciating. Whether you are just gone through a divorce, were never married, or the custodial parent does not want you to see your child; a New York child custody attorney from the Law Office of Vivien I....
Read More

Can A Custodial Parent Relocate With a Child in New York?

February 5, 2023
As remote work continues to expand throughout New York, more and more parents are deciding to relocate to their dream destinations. For some families, this is not an issue. For those that have custody agreements in place, this can be a tricky situation. How does New York handle relocation for a parent that has...
Read More

We offer appointments in office, by phone or Zoom. Contact us Today. Close