Compassionate About People. Passionate About The Law.

October 2014 Archives

Child custody in jeopardy over relationship with molester

Some New Yorkers who may have watched or even become fans of the Georgia-based reality TV show, "Here Comes Honey Boo," won't be watching the family on TLC any longer. Earlier this month, the network lowered the boom on production of future episodes of the show and ceased airing past shows after allegations arose over the family matriarch's association with a convicted child molester.

A parenting plan you agree on in New York

The most important thing when going through a divorce in New York is to keep your children's interests at the heart of every decision that you make. As you and your spouse split up, you need to create a parenting arrangement that gives the children the family life that they deserve and that they need. It should also be something that you and your spouse agree upon, if possible, but the children need to come even before the two of you.

High profile marriages lead to complex divorces

Manhattan residents undoubtedly have seen recently on the news the numerous incidents of domestic violence involving professional athletes, their spouses and children. Without a doubt, anyone guilty of abuse or mistreatment of a spouse or child should legally be held accountable and protections put in place for the victim(s).

On the brink of divorce? Do a post-nup and save your marriage

While some New York couples plan ahead and do a prenup before taking the plunge, others get married without any documents in place to protect present or future assets and resources.

Dealing with property division and other divorce issues

Property division is one of the most important aspects of your New York divorce -- but do you know your rights in a state courtroom? All too many divorce issues stem from misconceptions about the law, not to mention poor representation from family attorneys. Our team of educated professionals can help you understand your legal rights and responsibilities, helping you get the most out of your property division decision.

How to increase your chances of winning a child custody case

New York parents facing custody battles over their children in a divorce may worry that their actions might affect the judge's decision. These fears are warranted, as judges scrutinize many aspects of parents' lives when determining which parent should have physical custody.

  • Super Layers
  • AV | Martindale-Hubbell lawyer ratings
  • Marquis Who's Who
  • American Bar Association | Defending Liberty Pursuing Justice
  • Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity International
  • G
Email Us For A Response

Contact Us For The Answers You Need Attorney Philip A. Greenberg represents clients in New York and New Jersey. To schedule a consultation with Mr. Greenberg, call 646-363-6807 or contact him by e-mail.

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.


Privacy Policy

Philip A. Greenberg, P.C., Attorneys at Law
10 Park Avenue
Suite 2A
New York, NY 10016

Phone: 646-363-6807
Fax: 212-279-0466
Map & Directions

Philip A. Greenberg, P.C., Attorneys at Law