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How emails can impact your family law matter

By Andrew Feldstein

This case – regarding a parenting dispute about whether there should be an equal parenting schedule and whether the child should attend the school of his choice or the school that his mother had chosen for him – serves as a caution and reminder about how the use of emails (and social media, generally) can impact one’s family law matter. The parties were married on June 18, 2004, and separated in October 2010 and continued to live under the same roof. The parties physically separated in February 2011, and the matrimonial home was sold. The parties’ son was born on August 1, 2005. Read More at Feldstein Family Law Group Blog

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