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.

Saratoga Child Custody Lawyer

Saratoga Child Custody Lawyer Discusses Moving a Short Distance Away as Primary Parent

Saratoga Child Custody Lawyer Discusses Moving a Short Distance Away as Primary Parent Can I move 30 minutes away if I am the primary parent, moving for school and a better career afterwards Question: Joint custody for the parents, meaning he has them 2 days during the school week then me 2 days then we alternate…

Saratoga Family Law Attorney

Saratoga Family Law Attorney Discusses Being a Victim of Domestic Violence and Unable to Afford a Lawyer

Saratoga Family Law Attorney on Being a Victim of Domestic Violence and Unable to Afford a Lawyer Many times as a Saratoga Family Law Attorney, I speak to clients who have been victims of domestic violence.  If you have a family offense case pending and would like representation, but don’t have money for an attorney,…

Saratoga Divorce Lawyer

Saratoga Divorce Lawyer Explains What You Should Ask Your Divorce Attorney

Saratoga Divorce Lawyer Explains What You Should Ask Your Divorce Attorney What specific questions should I ask lawyers in order to find the right one to represent me in my divorce? Question: Need representation for my divorce Download Our Free Divorce Guide Answer: As an experienced Saratoga Divorce Lawyer, I often speak to clients about…

Saratoga Child Support Lawyer

Saratoga Child Support Lawyer Discusses Being Forced to Pay College Expenses

Saratoga Child Support Lawyer Discusses Being Forced to Pay College Expenses As an experienced Saratoga Child Support Lawyer, I am often asked if the court can require you to pay college expenses.  College support is not a mandatory add-on under the Child Support Standards Act. It is discretionary, and a court can order either party…