Tag: Confidentiality

We blog about helping Long Island families to resolve conflicts in the most productive ways possible.

Confidentiality in divorce litigation is not automatic. Take, for example, Noy v. Noy. There, the husband had asked Nassau County Supreme Court Justice Stacy D. Bennett to delay the disclosure of financial information until a proposed confidentiality agreement relating to financial information was signed. Justice Bennett denied that request. The husband appealed and the Appellate […]

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After eight years of marriage, Congressman and former Florida Governor Charlie Crist has filed for divorce from his second wife, Carole. In an article in the Tampa Bay Times it was reported that the Congressman’s divorce filing stated that he anticipated a “collaborative law process” in which the divorce would be settled without antagonistic court […]

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Outside his Suffolk County, NY courtroom, the late Justice Donald Blydenburgh had proudly posted a letter from an Assistant Attorney General who thanked him for passing on news of tax evasion revealed in a divorce case. While it is not the role of any lawyer – collaborative or otherwise – to assist a client to […]

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