If you have made the decision to file for divorce or you are faced with
a contentious family law matter, you may be looking for information. Fortunately,
you have come to the right place. Attorney Sari M. Friedman has been serving
clients throughout the New York Metro area for more than 30 years, so
you can trust that she has the answers that you are looking for. By sharing
informative articles online, Sari aims to provide you with helpful information
on a wide range of legal topics – including child custody, child
support, property distribution and more. Just click on one of the links
below to get started; however, you should keep in mind that laws constantly
change and update, and may have done so since these articles were written.
If you have more specific questions about your family law case, you are
also welcome to
get in touch with our firm for assistance with your legal matter.
CUSTODY & VISITATION
Friedman has been writing articles to help the layperson better understand
the laws pertaining to them within the area of matrimonial and family
law in New York State.
She believes both Fathers and Mothers can better deal and cope with their
situations to the betterment of themselves and their children by understanding
what they are experiencing and will experience, both in and out of the
The greater the knowledge and understanding, the less frustration and
mistakes people experience.
Friedman has been regularly featured as a special guest speaker for presentations
followed by question and answer sessions by many groups and organizations,
including but not limited to:
Parents Without Partners Nassau Chapter
Father's Rights Association of New York State
The Father's Right's Association of Long Island
Family and Children Together
LECTURES AND SEMINARS
Sari Friedman lectures at the Marino Continuing Legal Education Seminars (
www.micle.net) The seminars are on matrimonial law.
Examples of past lectures given are:
- Nuts and Bolts of Matrimonial Law
- Strategies in Handling a Matrimonial Case
- Matrimonial Agreements
- Family Law and Emergency Relief
For more information, please contact us here.