2014 New York Law Journal Rising Star: Jamel Oeser-Sweat, Esq.

New York Law Journal Rising Star Oeser SweatCongratulations to Jamel Oeser-Sweat, Esq. for being named a

2014 Rising Star Under 40 by the New York Law Journal!

 

 

 

The New York Law Journal had a panel of 20 esteemed judges pick 42 Young Lawyers for the distinction of being Rising Stars Under 40 based on their contributions and accomplishments to the Legal Profession and Community.  This year, Jamel Oeser-Sweat of Oeser-Sweat, P.C. was chosen as a 2014 New York Law Journal Rising Star!

For more information, check out the New York Law Journal Website for information: CLICK HERE FOR NEW YORK LAW JOURNAL 2014 RISING STARS UNDER 40 PAGE

 THE ABOVE COMMERCIAL IS ATTORNEY ADVERTISING & THE PERSONS THAT APPEAR ARE COMPENSATED SPOKE PERSONS. PRIOR RESULTS ARE NOT INDICATIVE OF FUTURE OUTCOMES.

Divorce, Matrimonial & Family Law

Family Lawyer New York Manhattan

MATRIMONIAL AND FAMILY LAW PRACTICE

New York Divorce Lawyer

Our Matrimonial and Family Law Practice advises people at different stages of their relationship in an effort to ensure that our clients are able to face the challenges that life may present.  For some people, the challenge is a new relationship, or a new marriage.  For others, the challenge may be deciding whether a Prenuptial Agreement is appropriate.  Some of our clients have to deal with custody decisions.  Others may want to get separated from a spouse or to file for divorce.  Whatever, your challenge, Oeser-Sweat, P.C. can help you to figure out how to make positive decisions that can help you in creating better circumstances for yourself and your loved ones.

We represent individuals in connection with Divorce & Family Law cases primarily in New York City, Nassau County, Suffolk County, & Westchester County.  Whether you are looking for a Family Lawyer in New York or you are looking for a Divorce Lawyer in New York, we can help you!  Call 212-675-7955!

 

 THE ABOVE COMMERCIAL IS ATTORNEY ADVERTISING & THE PERSONS THAT APPEAR ARE COMPENSATED SPOKE PERSONS. PRIOR RESULTS ARE NOT INDICATIVE OF FUTURE OUTCOMES.

Jamel Oeser-Sweat, Esq.

NEW YORK LAW JOURNAL RISING STAR

Oeser-Sweat, P.C. New York Family Lawyers

Oeser-Sweat, P.C. New York Divorce Lawyers

DIVORCE IN NEW YORK STATE

In New York State there are many things that go into obtaining a divorce.  There are two types of divorces in New York State:

The difference between the two is that in uncontested divorces, no one disputes anything.  These divorces are the easiest.  They are also the rarest.  Often, because people don’t have many assets, they fool themselves into believing they have an uncontested divorce.  However, such is often not the case, especially when it comes to the greatest asset a family can have: CHILDREN.

If a married couple has a child or children and they have not resolved who will have custody or a visitation schedule, the divorce is not uncontested.  These issues must be resolved.

 

Some of the areas that our Matrimonial and Family Law Practice assists clients in include:

Prenuptial Agreements (CLICK FOR MORE INFORMATION)

Separation Agreements

Divorce

(contested divorce & uncontested divorce)

  • No Fault Divorce
  • Cruel and inhuman treatment
  • Abandonment for a continuous period of one year or more
  • Imprisonment for more than three years subsequent to the marriage
  • Adultery
  • Conversion of a separation judgment
  • Conversion of a written and acknowledged separation agreement after living separate and apart for more than one year
  • The relationship between husband and wife has broken down irretrievably for a period of at least six months

Divorce Lawyer Custody New York

Custody Agreements/Joint Custody/Visitation

Divorce Lawyer Joint Custody New York

Family Offense Petitions

  • disorderly conduct
  • harassment in the first and second degree
  • aggravated harassment in the second degree
  • stalking in the first second third and fourth degree
  • menacing in the second and third degree
  • reckless endangerment in the first or second degree
  • assault in the second and third degree
  • attempted assault

 

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