Posts filed under: Uncategorized

Fall is here, marking the onset of the holiday season. The holidays, while filled with joy, can also bring their share of parenting agreement challenges. While many parenting agreements try to address and prevent issues related to visitation during the...
Continue Reading →
Our spotlight this month features Kelly T. Bennett, the newest partner to join the Greenberg and Sinkovits family. Kelly is an award-winning family law attorney who tirelessly works on behalf of her clients to ensure the best possible outcome for...
Continue Reading →
Our staff spotlight this month is on our firm’s founding partner Michelle Sinkovits! Some of you may know Michelle as an award-winning family law and real estate attorney who gets her clients good results. But do you know about her...
Continue Reading →
Finding the right attorney for your unique situation can be a confusing and overwhelming process. Who will be handling your case? What is their background? Are they the right attorney for your unique situation?    We know how important it...
Continue Reading →
A Note From the Partners:    We are extremely excited to announce Cassandra Perrino as a Senior Associate and see her progress in her career! She is always willing to learn, works hard for her clients, and is a fierce...
Continue Reading →
When considering instructions for your assets post-mortem, your two most common options will be a last will and testament and a trust. A will comes into effect upon your death, and so will a trust if it exists within your...
Continue Reading →
Affairs are a hot topic in a divorce firm, and we field questions every week on how it can impact your divorce case. An affair can cause a wide range of negative emotions for one or both parties within a...
Continue Reading →
Establishing a holiday parenting schedule will ensure that both parents can make memories with their children, and that children can have a fun and drama-free holiday. In this vlog, our Associate Attorney, Cassandra Perrino, talks through the options available for...
Continue Reading →
Divorce matters can take many paths, ranging from completely uncontested to full-blown litigation. If your case is being set for trial, it is because you have been unable to reach a settlement on at least some of the terms of...
Continue Reading →