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Law Firm OverviewThe Law Offices of Jay D. Raxenberg, PC is a Long Island divorce firm helping clients resolve divorce, separation, child custody, and other related family law issues is our mainstay.
We are committed to offering our clients with the help they require to move forward with their lives. Many of our cases involve deeply rooted personal issues, and we know how devastating the impact of a divorce or custody battle can be on our client's emotions and finances. We work personally with all our clients to help them heal from the pain caused by these events, and help them find the solutions that work best for their situation.
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Enforcing Child Support; Debt Division; Cohabitation Agreements; Divorce Settlements; Orders of Protection; Fathers' Rights; Grandparents' Rights; Modifications; Parental Alienation; Mothers’ Rights; No Fault Divorce; Postnuptials & Marriage Contracts; Property Division; Refusal to Pay; Relocation; Same Sex Divorce; Same Sex Prenuptial Agreements; Seeing My Spouse’s Financial Records; Separation Agreements; Calculating Maintenance; Modifications to Spousal Support; Palimony.
Mr. Jay D. Raxenberg
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Who Determines Child Support and Child Custody?
If you are considering filing for a divorce, you will need to think about child support and child custody. Even though both parents want what is best for their children, it is not always easy to see eye-to-eye.Read Article
Protecting Fathers’ Rights in Long Island
Historically, the mother gained custody of the children in Long Island divorces. Even though courts are coming around and giving the father more consideration than before – their rights can still be overlooked in matters relating to child custody, visitation and support.Read Article
Divorce Case Causes Issues with “Mutual Mistake” to Arise
Divorce settlements are usually set in stone. However, a recent 2006 divorce case was blown wide open after issues over “mutual mistake” arose, potentially changing the course of divorce forever.Read Article
Obtaining an Order of Protection in Long Island
As an issue that has unfortunately affected so many individuals and families all across the United States, domestic violence often goes unreported and results in serious injury or even death on both ends of the spectrum.Read Article