Jean M. Mahserjian, Esq., is a New York family law and divorce attorney in Albany, Saratoga, and the surrounding areas. For more than 20 years, Jean has maintained her capital region law firm, located on Route 9 in Clifton Park, New York. The practice encompasses all areas of family and matrimonial law, an online uncontested divorce service and various areas of estate planning.

Grandparents Rights Saratoga Divorce Attorneys

Grandparents Rights

Grandparents Rights As separations and divorces go into effect, all generations of a family feel the repercussions. Grandparents can become easily concerned, because their child and her or his spouse will no longer be married, that they themselves will have limited access to their grandchildren. It is critical for grandparents to know their rights as…

Fathers Being Awarded Custody Saratoga Divorce Attorney

Fathers Being Awarded Custody

Fathers Being Awarded Custody Traditional gender roles once entailed that mothers primarily focus on domestic matters and raising their children while fathers left the marital home for work. Decades have passed since this was the norm, as more and more women have entered the workforce and many men have begun to share the responsibility of…

No-Fault Divorce in New York

No-Fault Divorce in New York

No-Fault Divorce in New York New York allows two types of divorce: at-fault and no-fault. The four grounds for at-fault divorce are abandonment, adultery, cruel and inhuman treatment, and imprisonment, and these remained the sole grounds for divorce for decades in the state of New York. In 2010, no-fault divorce was added to the roster,…

Divorce Mediation in New York Saratoga Divorce Attorneys

Divorce Mediation in New York

Divorce Mediation in New York There are two main options for resolving divorces in New York State: litigation and mediation. Both paths have their own respective uses and formats, but mediation is superior to litigation in the amicability that it offers. More bitter divorces go into litigation, and the spouses are left to argue about…