Family Law | July 19 | by SDS Law Firm

The criminal justice system and matrimonial disputes

By Ida Mirzadeh The outcome of a criminal prosecution will have a significant, but not always determinative, impact on parallel family law proceedings relating to disputes over child custody and the matrimonial home. [...]

By Ida Mirzadeh The outcome of a criminal prosecution will have a significant, but not always determinative, impact on parallel family law proceedings relating to disputes over child custody and the matrimonial home. [...]

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Business Law | July 19 | by SDS Law Firm

Construction Liens: A Primer

By Amrita Mann While a lien action may in many ways resemble any other civil action, there are significant differences. Part IV of the Construction Lien Act (the “Act”) contains rules that govern [...]

By Amrita Mann While a lien action may in many ways resemble any other civil action, there are significant differences. Part IV of the Construction Lien Act (the “Act”) contains rules that govern [...]

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Family Law | April 14 | by SDS Law Firm

Complications of dealing with a mentally challenged teenager

Who among us, when in a social setting has not been asked for free advice in the areas of our expertise? The question put to me was, what can you do about a [...]

Who among us, when in a social setting has not been asked for free advice in the areas of our expertise? The question put to me was, what can you do about a [...]

By | April 14|
Business Law | April 11 | by SDS Law Firm

Enforcing Non-Solicitation and Non-Competition Clauses

By Amrita Mann Non-Compete versus Non-Solicit Clauses While a non-competition provision restricts a former employee from competing against the former employer’s business, a non-solicitation provision is a less restrictive covenant and is narrowly [...]

By Amrita Mann Non-Compete versus Non-Solicit Clauses While a non-competition provision restricts a former employee from competing against the former employer’s business, a non-solicitation provision is a less restrictive covenant and is narrowly [...]

By | April 11|
Family Law | April 11 | by SDS Law Firm

Separating? Selling your Matrimonial Home?

Step 1: CALL YOUR FAMILY LAW LAWYER! By: Justin Clark   Many people try to quickly sell their home in the aftermath of a separation. This is often motivated by a desire to avoid [...]

Step 1: CALL YOUR FAMILY LAW LAWYER! By: Justin Clark   Many people try to quickly sell their home in the aftermath of a separation. This is often motivated by a desire to avoid [...]

By | April 11|
Wills & Estate | April 11 | by SDS Law Firm

A Living Will? A Personal Care Power of Attorney?

By Howard S. Simmons Who should make a medical decision if you (or your parents) cannot make it? For example, you are in a coma because of a car accident or suffering from [...]

By Howard S. Simmons Who should make a medical decision if you (or your parents) cannot make it? For example, you are in a coma because of a car accident or suffering from [...]

By | April 11|

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