Buffalo Child Support Attorney Discusses How to Determine Your Child Support Payment Amount

Buffalo Child Support Attorney
Buffalo Child Support Attorney Discusses How to Determine Your Child Support Payment Amount When a client comes into my office as an experienced Buffalo Child Support Attorney, one of the important questions they ask is, “How much will I have to pay for child support?” The rule of thumb is that if you have one child, you'll [...]

3 Commonly Asked Divorce Questions

3 Commonly Asked Divorce Questions

Are you going through the divorce process and are seeking guidance? Check out these 3 commonly asked divorce questions, then give our office a call. 1. What is Marital Property? Marital property is any property acquired by either party during the marriage, such as a home or automobiles. Property either of you owned prior to […]

Types of Custody

Types of Custody

When you are facing a custody battle, you are likely wondering what the types of custody are. I am often asked as a Buffalo Child Custody Attorney, about the differences between joint custody and sole custody. Here is a breakdown of what to expect if you are not sure what the types of custody are: Joint custody and […]

DWI Arrest Record

DWI Arrest Record

Are you wondering how long a DWI will stay on your record?  Watch this video and contact experienced Buffalo DWI Lawyer Robert Friedman for help with avoiding a DWI arrest record. A DWI conviction is permanent. The length of time since any prior DWIs affects your charges and eligibility for a drinking driver program. Furthermore, […]

4 Commonly Asked DWI Questions

4 Commonly Asked DWI Questions

Have you been charged with a DWI? Check out these 4 commonly asked DWI questions, then call our office today to get the help you need. 1. Will I Lose My Job From a DWI? A driver convicted of DWI will not lose their job simply because of a DWI or DWAI conviction. Certain professions […]

What Is The NY Scaffold Law?

What Is The NY Scaffold Law

New York  Labor Law Sections 240 and 241, the “Scaffolding Law”  protects the rights of construction workers or visitors who suffer a fall or are struck by a falling object. Property owners and contractors must provide scaffolding and other safety measures to protect workers and visitors, including  scaffolding, hoists, ladders, slings, hangers, pulleys, and ropes. […]

How Much Do NY Juries Award for Pain and Suffering?

How Much Do NY Juries Award for Pain and Suffering

Unlike some other states, New York law does not set a hard cap on awards for an injury victim’s pain and suffering, which cannot be objectively measured. Instead, a New York verdict is excessive or inadequate if it deviates materially from what would be reasonable compensation. New York courts look to prior awards for comparable […]