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Coronavirus and the Workplace: Know Your Rights

CORONAVIRUS: A GUIDE TO EMPLOYEE RIGHTS IN THE WORKPLACE

An Employees Guide To Coronavirus and the Workplace This is not intended to be legal advice and is a summary of FAQ based on the most recent laws and executives orders available as of 4/2/20. WORKING FROM HOME Q: Can you be fired for working from home during the Coronavirus pandemic? A: As of March […]

Coronavirus Family Law Guide

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How To Protect Your Family During The Coronavirus Pandemic This is not intended to be legal advice and is a summary of FAQ based on the most recent laws and executives orders available as of 4/2/20. PREVENTATIVE MEASURES Q: What should I be thinking about in relation to protecting my child from Coronavirus? What items […]

What is the Whistleblower Protection Act?

What is the Whistleblower Protection Act Rochester Employment Lawyer

What is the Whistleblower Protection Act? In the media today, there has been a lot of talk about a whistleblower in the political field. What people may not understand, though, is that whistleblowers can exist everywhere outside of politics. Essentially, a whistleblower is someone who brings light to or informs an organization about secretive and […]

How is a 401K Handled in Divorce?

How is a 401K Handled in Divorce Rochester Divorce & Family Lawyer

How is a 401K Handled in Divorce? Divorce settlements can be excruciating. They often last an extended period of time and lead to an excess amount of stress and confusion. There’s a lot to know about what you or your soon-to-be ex is entitled to in a divorce. One major question that prevails through divorce […]

What is Marital Abandonment?

What is Marital Abandonment Rochester Divorce & Family Lawyer

What is Marital Abandonment? When you get married, you rarely think that you and your spouse will run into significant issues. After all, people get married to stay together for life. Unfortunately, unexpected events and situations can occur that lead to marital issues. If this happens, you and your spouse may decide to break up. […]

Are Debts Divided in Divorce?

Are Debts Divided in Divorce? | Rochester Divorce & Family Lawyer

Are Debts Divided in Divorce? When going through a divorce, it’s important to understand exactly what you and your current spouse are entitled to. New York State happens to be an equal division property state which means that every marital property gets split equally to ensure a fair and equal separation. But does this apply […]

What is a Collaborative Divorce?

What is a Collaborative Divorce? | Rochester Divorce Mediation Lawyer

What is a Collaborative Divorce? Divorces can be complicated, confusing, and time consuming. They can result in pain and loss, especially if both parties are highly combative in the divorce process. With these, they often require lawyers, court dates, and a lot of time and money. That’s because instead of finding a way to land […]

Social Media and Divorce

Social Media and Divorce | Rochester Divorce & Family Lawyer

Social Media and Divorce Rochester divorce attorney Michelle Cimino explains why you should avoid social media when going through a divorce In this day and age, the majority of people have social media pages. Everybody loves to share every aspect about their life on their social media pages, yet they refuse to see the potential […]

Common Divorce Mistakes

Common Divorce Mistakes | Rochester Divorce & Family Lawyer

Common Divorce Mistakes If you’re going through a divorce, you know how messy and stressful they can become. Sometimes, people make mistakes, and mistakes throughout the process of divorce is no different. While everybody’s divorce and situations are unique, there are some common mistakes that people tend to make when going through their divorce. There […]

What if My Spouse Refuses to Sign Divorce Papers?

My Spouse Refuses to Sign Divorce Papers | Rochester Divorce Lawyer

What if My Spouse Refuses to Sign Divorce Papers? Divorce is hard. It puts a lot of stress on all people involved, especially both spouses. Sometimes, one spouse may feel as if the divorce should not occur. They may desire to work through the issues at hand, or they may just want to stay married. […]