How An Attorney Can Get You Mother’s Rights | Straight Talk Video

If you are a mother who is getting divorced on Long Island, this is how an attorney can help you assert your rights.

An attorney will make sure that you obtain all the proper evidence and documentation to prove your case. The attorney will make sure that you know what your rights are and how you can best protect them.

Although most people know that there are standard child support amounts, an attorney can explain to you how you can get more child support or monies for expenses that fall outside of traditional child support.

It is important that you hire an attorney who is willing to explain to you the process of a divorce, and who is willing to assert your rights.

I have represented countless mothers and women in their divorces, and I can help you as well.


Some Recent Court Decisions Regarding Pets and Divorce

David P. Badanes, Esq.


The modern trend in divorce cases is to treat dogs and other pets as more than just property.  One court states that “pets should be recognized as a special category of property and that each party has a special attachment to the particular pet or dog.  If both spouses want possession of the pet, the Court will have to render a fair determination as to which party through his or her conduct has the most genuine right of possession.  This may include a review of how the pet/dog was acquired, who takes care of the pet, what actual arrangements will be made to spend time with the pet and if either party has another pet.

Courts also recognize that pets can be protected in orders of protection.

For additional information of how pets are treated in divorce, please read my earlier article/blog “Pets and Divorce”.

David Badanes and the Badanes Law Office can help you in your divorce if you own a dog or other pet.   If you need an attorney to represent you in your divorce, call David Badanes and the Badanes Law Office today at 631-239-1702, email me at or visit our web site:  The Badanes Law Office represents clients in Suffolk County, Nassau County and in New York City.

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