Child Support

Black letter law is that to change a child support Order, the person seeking a modification must show a substantial and continuing change of circumstances. But what is the standard

Continue Reading If No Child Support Order Exists, You Don’t Need to Show a Change of Circumstances to Establish Child Support

Recently, several decisions have been released by the Appellate Division concerning when, where, how, and when a Court compel parties to submit to the authority of the Bais Din on

Continue Reading Compliance with Agreement to Submit to Bais Din’s Jurisdiction on the Issue of Get Not Optional, Appellate Division Rules

An article recently came out in the New York Times about a dynamic that tends to unfold in the context of Bais Din proceedings, where one parent leaving the Chassidic

Continue Reading Reflections on the New York Times’ “Why Some Hasidic Children Can’t Leave Failing Schools” and How Agreements to Arbitrate can Address Gaps in the Bais Din Process