Blog Posts in 2015

Sari M. Friedman and Andrea B. Friedman Named Top Attorneys of North America

Sari M. Friedman and Andrea B. Friedman have been honored as Top Attorneys of North America by New York’s Who’s Who Directories! This publication profiles and recognizes successful legal ...
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Attorney Friedman is Honored for Excellence in the Fields of Matrimonial and Family Law

Sari Friedman, an attorney at Friedman & Friedman, Attorneys at Law has received recognition for her excellence in the fields of family law and matrimonial law. This honor demonstrates her ...
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Same-Sex Marriage Legalization Brings Same-Sex Divorce Rights As Well

The United States Supreme Court’s decision to legalize same-sex marriage carries with it a largely unnoticed addition: the legalization of same-sex divorce across the nation. While it might seem ...
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Attorney Sari Friedman Recognized as a Premier 100 Trial Attorney in New York State

We are proud to announce that Attorney Sari M. Friedman of Friedman & Friedman, Attorneys at Law has been recognized by the American Academy of Trial Attorneys ( AATA ) as a Premier 100 Trial ...
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Friedman & Friedman to Appeal Court Decision

Getting a divorce can mean entering a lengthy, difficult period of arguments, disagreements, and general discord. In the United States, divorces have become so common that family law firms have ...
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50/50 Not Always Fair under Child Support Standards Act

When people go through a divorce, the law basically says whomever the child primarily lives with is the recipient of child support — and the amount the other person pays is based upon the Child ...
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