Serving Your Spouse with Divorce Papers

Serving Your Spouse with Divorce Papers

Serving Your Spouse with Divorce Papers Are you ready to start the divorce process and need help serving your spouse with divorce papers?  Check out this video and then contact our dedicated Buffalo Divorce Attorneys for guidance. As a dedicated Buffalo Divorce Attorney, people often ask me how to go about serving divorce papers on their…

Court Rejects NY Landlords’ Claims That Eviction Moratorium Is Unconstitutional

Court Rejects NY Landlords’ Claims That Eviction Moratorium Is Unconstitutional

Court Rejects NY Landlords’ Claims That Eviction Moratorium Is Unconstitutional The  U.S. District Court for the Southern District of NY in Elmsford Apartments Associates LLC v. Cuomo  rejected New York landlords’ claims that the New York Covid-19 eviction moratorium (the “Moratorium”) violated their rights under the contracts, takings, due process and petition clauses of the…

Eviction moratorium extended, but tenant advocates call it a cycle of panic

Eviction moratorium extended, but tenant advocates call it a “cycle of panic”

Eviction moratorium extended, but tenant advocates call it a “cycle of panic” WKBW Channel 7 Buffalo – July 16, 2020 Renters are still in fear of eviction as the protections laid out by Governor Andrew Cuomo have done some, but not enough to relieve them of this cyclical panic. Evictions are not currently being carried…

Buffalo Personal Injury Lawyer Explains No-Fault Accidents

Buffalo Personal Injury Lawyer Explains No-Fault Accidents

  Out of Town Legal Resources A friend in Florida recently had a question about his neighbor’s personal injury claim. We don’t practice in Florida, but we found these personal injury attorneys in Florida that created a lot of helpful online educational resources. If you have questions about Florida personal injury claims, look at these…

NY Child Victims Act and Boy Scouts Of America Bankruptcy

NY Child Victims Act and Boy Scouts Of America Bankruptcy

NY Child Victims Act and Boy Scouts Of America Bankruptcy On February 17, 2020, the Boy Scouts of America announced that it was filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, a decision with far-reaching implications for survivors of childhood sexual abuse at the hands of Scout leaders and other adults within the organization.   Most significantly, if survivors…