Matrimonial and Support Litigation

Our firm has handled a moderate volume of matrimonial cases involving businesses and professions. The strength of our firm lies in our ability to handle matters involving financial issues, whether simple or complex. 

Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Second Department, New York.

Nov. 15, 2004.
12 A.D.3d 502, 784 N.Y.S.2d 631

Background: Former husband brought action to set aside and vacate child support and maintenance provisions of stipulation of settlement and judgment of divorce. The Supreme Court, Suffolk County.

Husband and Wife: Fact that provisions of judgment of divorce concerning child support obligations and stipulation upon which it was based violated Child Support Standards Act (CSSA) did not compel vacatur of provisions of stipulation regarding maintenance, where maintenance provisions were not closely intertwined with child support provisions.

T. Kevin Murtha & Associates, P.C., Westbury, N.Y. for appellant.