Finding an Attorney Who Understands Complex Property Distribution in a Divorce

Dividing a family’s assets during a divorce can be quite difficult, especially if there are significant assets such as real property investments/management companies, retirement plans, stocks, options, deferred compensation, brokerage accounts, cryptocurrency, businesses, professional practices, etc. Deciding the value of these assets and how to distribute them can be quite a challenge, even in the…

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Nolletti Law Group Featured in Westchester Magazine

Nolletti Law Group Westchester Magazine

Westchester Magazine, a long-time source of news and sponsor of events in the Westchester region and publisher of the “Best of Westchester” series, featured Nolletti Law Group in the January edition in their Profiles of Law section. We are grateful to the magazine for their support. View the magazine at Westchester Profiles of Law.

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Theresa Girolamo Joins Nolletti Law Group as Of Counsel

Theresa Girolamo

Nolletti Law Group, PLLC is pleased to announce that Theresa Girolamo has joined the firm as Of Counsel. Ms. Girolamo has practiced primarily in the areas of matrimonial, family, and real estate law since 2002. She is a 2001 cum laude graduate of Pace University School of Law and is a member of the New York State…

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James Nolletti Selected to The Best Lawyers in America© 2021

James Nolletti has been recognized for his work in Family Law in the 2021 edition of The Best Lawyers in America©. This is the eighth consecutive year that Mr. Nolletti has received this esteemed selection. Inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© is widely known as one of the legal industry’s most regarded honors and…

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To File Or Not To File…That Is The Question – An Update On Filing Of New Cases

In a continuing effort to keep our clients and friends abreast of new developments regarding access to the court system, we would like to provide the following update.  Beginning on Monday, May 25, 2020, the NYS Chief Administrative Judge announced that the filing of new Family Law and Divorce cases will, for the first time…

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How COVID-19 is Affecting Divorce Assets — And What Can Be Done About It

Nolletti Law Group

Coronavirus is impacting every aspect of our lives and in ways that require more than just social distancing and “washing your hands.” This pandemic has had a disastrous effect on our economy,  unemployment rate, financial markets, and real estate values. When it comes to divorce and the equitable distribution of marital assets, the valuation of…

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Q&A: How to Find Hidden Assets & Income in Divorce

This article was originally published in Westchester Magazine. It’s no secret that divorce can bring out the worst qualities in some people, and hiding assets and income is unfortunately rather common. The ways in which people go about hiding assets are varied and can include siphoning money slowly from joint bank accounts, making large purchases that…

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An Update on Virtual Access to Court

In our continuing effort to keep our clients and friends abreast of new developments regarding access to the court system, we provide the following update.  Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ninth Judicial District1 has been handling certain “essential” matters established by the Chief Administrative Judge. The courts have been centralized and the “Central Locations”…

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What Accesses To Court Do New York Divorce Litigants Have During This Pandemic?

The ripple effect of coronavirus has affected everyone. Courts and divorcing individuals are not immune. Many of our clients and friends have inquired of us at Nolletti Law Group about the impact this situation has had or will have on our access to the court system and, more particularly, on their individual divorce case. The…

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How Do Stay-At-Home Orders Affect Court-Ordered Parenting Time?

James Nolletti

Do parents who are subject to stay-at-home orders need to comply with court-ordered parenting time? What happens if a parent, or a member of his or her household, tests positive with the coronavirus? What about when a parent or household member merely lives in a community with an outbreak, or if the parent or household…

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