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If you find out that your spouse is cheating?
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If your spouse stops supporting you?
To legally remove a spouse from the house?
If you want to leave your spouse with the children?
If a spouse will not let the other spouse see the children?
If a spouse falls in love with another person?
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Family disputes and irreconcilable differences create a great deal of stress, uncertainty and confusion. If you are at the point where a friendly solution seems unreal, be assured that’s not necessarily the case.
In my over 40 years of legal experience, I can tell you that it is entirely possible for this to occur. Even the most unsettling issues can be resolved whether you’re in the midst of a divorce, a separation, a custody issue or property distribution.
In fact, in about 90% of the cases, no trial is necessary.
I have provided legal advice to hundreds of clients throughout Brooklyn, Queens and Nassau counties who will tell you so.
“Malcolm gives you personalized attention most lawyers are just not going to give you. With Malcolm, you’re not just a number. He really takes you by the hand like a friend and is very sensitive to your needs.”
“What I liked best about working with Malcolm Babel is his understanding of ME and how he presented himself. He gave me the “Ins and Outs” and handled my case in the most efficient way. I would recommend him to anyone, without any doubt.”
So if you’re looking for help and you want someone who will give you the undivided attention you deserve, then reach out and contact me today to arrange a no-obligation initial consultation. I make myself available to clients and potential clients 7 days a week, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
There’s no reason to go through another day wondering if your family matter can be resolved.
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Queens Divorce Attorney Articles
November 21, 2013 By Malcolm Babel
Temporary restraining orders can involve a range of issues dealing with access, possession, protection and support of a child or spouse. An initial order is granted by a judge because they have received a sworn affidavit that alleges immediate and irreparable injury, loss, or damage will result, affecting the best interest of the children, spouse and/or property, before a hearing can be held.
A temporary restraining order can prevent one parent from removing the children, prevent marital property from being wasted or hidden, prevent the denial of access to property, and prevent contact, communication or residency with a spouse.
Under New York law, the order will last days or weeks until the hearing is held at which a judge will weigh all the evidence presented to determine whether the entire order, part of it or none of it will continue as temporary orders.
If you have been served with a temporary restraining order, it is important that you retain a skilled attorney who will represent your side of the story. A good attorney will organize witnesses and bring evidence to disprove any inaccurate statements made against you which were the basis of the temporary restraining order.
With almost 40 years of legal experience, I know how best to help you with a temporary restraining order and its consequences. I pride myself on my ability to help my clients through such difficult circumstances and make them as comfortable as possible. Don’t hesitate to call me at 718-309-5662 anytime between 10 am and 10 pm, 7 days a week. “Truce or battle,” call Babel!
October 30, 2013 By Malcolm Babel
Divorce is never easy. It is a very emotional and financially-draining time, made much more complicated if you have children. But that being said, there are things you can do make divorce less complex although not necessarily less painful. Here are some tips: 1. Find a lawyer that will represent your interests This means what […]
October 12, 2013 By Malcolm Babel
You and your spouse are about to end your union. That’s never easy. But if you have a child – or children – under the age of three, it’s even harder. How do you explain to your toddler that Mommy and Daddy won’t be living together anymore? Most childcare experts agree that it’s better to […]