Custody Tips

Going through a custody battle is hard on everyone involved.  I It is a stressful and unpleasant situation. Regardless of the reason, it is important that you stay calm and composed throughout the process to ensure the best results for your children and yourself.  Here are some tips to help you get...

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Celebrating the Grand Opening of the Hyatt Place Poughkeepsie

Last Tuesday, SRDD Law celebrated the grand opening of the Hyatt Place Poughkeepsie, a Commercial Real Estate client of the firm. For more than four years, the firm worked on many facets of the project from town approvals all the way through the construction process. “We were honored to attend the ...

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Effective Immediately! New Attachments to TP-584 and RPT Forms for LLCs

Please be advised that on September 13, 2019, Governor Cuomo signed legislation that amends Section 1409 of the Tax Law and adds new section 11-2105 (h) to the 2006 City Code. If you are an LLC business with more than one member and are buying or selling one-to-four family residences, you must now at...

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If your friend was jumping off a bridge, would you? Research says you might!

How many times have you heard that expression? Likely too many times to count. But research shows that couples are more prone to divorce if others in their social network are in the process of getting or are divorced. According to an article on Fatherly.com, having a divorced, close friend raises yo...

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How Restricting Are Restrictive Covenants & Do They Hold Up In Court?

It is not uncommon for doctors, insurance brokers, accountants, salespeople and countless other types of employees to be required to sign non-competition and/or non-solicitation agreements (or “restrictive covenants”) in connection with their hiring or continued employment.  Additionally, busine...

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