|F. v. F.||:||
After allegations of child sexual abuse made by the wife against the husband were unsubstantiated, I was able to successfully obtain full joint legal and physical custody of the child for my client.
|A. v. A.||:||After the 14-year-old boy left the mother’s custody and went to live with the father for over a year, following several days of trial in which I successfully proved that it was in the child’s best interest to return to the mother’s custody. I prevailed in convincing the judge to order that the child be returned to the custody of the mother.|
|In the matter of B||:||
After several months of litigation, I was able to get the biological mother to agree to an open adoption of the child who had been living most of his life with his father and stepmother.
|D v. DOR||:||
14 years after the entry of a default paternity judgment, I was successful in obtaining an order vacating the original judgment after discovering that my client was not the biological father of a child who he had never seen.
|G. v. G.||:||Fearing that the drug-addicted husband would not be able to pay ongoing child support, I was able to negotiate a substantial buyout of a marital home in favor of my client (the wife) so that she could obtain a greater portion of the liquid assets as a payment of future child support.|
|H. v. H.||:||After a trial on the merits, I was able to obtain a substantial alimony award in favor of my client, the husband, from the wife who had been the substantial wage earner during the marriage.|
|S. v. F.||:||In this relatively high-profile case where the parties both had complicated and substantial assets and investments, I was able to work closely with other tax and real estate experts to assist me in negotiating a detailed and complex marital settlement agreement.|