New York Divorce and Family Law™ is owned and published by Joel R. Brandes Consulting Services, Inc., a Florida Corporation, located at 2881 NE 33rd Court, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33306. The principals of the Corporation are Joel R. Brandes and Elizabeth Brandes.
Joel R. Brandes Consulting Services, Inc. is not a law firm, and does not give legal advice. We publish Bits and Bytes™, an electronic newsletter, for New York Divorce and Family Law Attorneys.
Joel R. Brandes and Elizabeth Brandes, the owners and operators of Joel R. Brandes Consulting Services, Inc., are not lawyers.
Joel R. Brandes, the President of Joel R. Brandes Consulting Services, Inc. is the author of Law and The Family New York, 2d (9 volumes) (Thomson Reuters Westlaw), and Law and the Family New York Forms (5 volumes) (Thomson Reuters Westlaw).
These sets can be purchased directly from Thomson Reuters Westlaw at 1-800-544-3008.
Law and The Family New York, 2d (New York Practice Library, 9 Volumes) By Joel R. Brandes. (Updated November 2015 by Joel R. Brandes, Bari Brandes Corbin and Evan B. Brandes)
Description: This set is both a treatise and a procedural guide. The usual family law issues are covered such as Formation of the Family Unit, Divorce, Judicial Separation, and Annulments. It presents such vital practical considerations as counsel fees to prosecute or defend an appeal. The text analyzes statutes, discusses cases, and includes authors' notes which present hints, practice pointers, and pitfalls to avoid. It also features a complete discussion of appellate practice and offers step-by-step guidance on how to handle an appeal in each of the state's judicial departments. Research aids annotate the text.
Law and The Family New York Forms, 2d (New York Practice Library, 5 Volumes) By Joel R. Brandes. (Updated July 2015 by Bari Brandes Corbin and Evan B. Brandes)
Description. This set provides you with practitioner-tested forms for a wide variety of family law matters. It includes forms relating to the creation of the marriage relationship, the attorney-client relationship, matrimonial agreements, and matrimonial litigation. Specific topics covered include antenuptial agreements, separation agreements, modification agreements, and matters relating to infants and incompetents, and service of process.