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The Elements of a Breach of Contract Claim

Last week, the Connecticut business that owns the Single-A Staten Island Yankees filed a breach-of-contract lawsuit against Major League Baseball and the New York Yankees in New York state supreme court. The Single-A Staten Island Yankees have been struggling to bring...

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Tips for Resolving Commercial Leasing Disputes

Committing to a commercial lease for your business comes with a significant amount of liability. Compared to a residential lease, the consequences of breaking a commercial lease are far more significant. Commercial leases are more complex and residential leases, and...

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10 of the Most Common Title Issues in New York

One of the most important parts of any New York real estate transaction is ensuring that the property has a clear title. When the buyers and sellers fail to resolve a title issue before they close on the property, it can be difficult for the buyer to sell the property...

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New York Child Custody FAQs

At Thomas Weiss & Associates, we have helped hundreds of clients through many different types of child custody issues. Child custody matters can be some of the most anxiety-inducing because they have to do with children. As parents, we want only the best for our...

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New York Child Custody Modification FAQ

Many parents throughout New York will need to modify their child custody agreements. Unemployment has increased drastically due to coronavirus shutdowns. Co-parents are also negotiating the COVID-19 virus itself. In some cases, one parent contracts COVID-19 and...

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What are the Grounds for Divorce in New York?

If you are considering filing for divorce, you are not alone. States around the country are expecting a surge of divorce filings due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many people are realizing that their marriages are over. Being isolated with their spouse for a significant...

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New York’s New Law Limits Partition Actions

For centuries, New York landlords have used an old legal concept to force tenants out of their homes. This legal maneuver is called a “partition action.” When multiple owners own property, any one of them can file for a partition action. Partition actions ask a judge...

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