• Advising clients in establishing comprehensive Parenting Plans that meets the child’s best interests
  • Litigating all aspects of child custody including the allocation of parental responsibilities; decision making responsibility; parenting ; abuse; neglect; parental competency; substance abuse and fitness; paternity; special needs issues; relocation and removal; and jurisdictional issues
  • Post-divorce modification of parenting time issues
  • Substantial familiarity and experience in high net worth cases
  • Valuing closely-held businesses and private investments with a view towards structuring property settlements
  • Working closely with experts  to litigate the value of marital assets
  • Determining the true economic benefit or income a person receives from a privately held business for purposes of determining support
  • Locating and tracing marital assets and income
  • Structuring support arrangements to achieve maximum total after-tax family cash flow
  • Achieving practical, cost-effective approaches to resolving complex financial issues
  • Assisting clients from all financial backgrounds in structuring, negotiating and/or litigating an equitable property division
  • Seeking or defending against modification of parenting time and decision making
  • Seeking or defending against modification of maintenance and child support
  • Implementation and enforcement of prior judgments or agreements, including pursuing and defending contempt actions
  • Jennifer Feingold is an attorney-mediator who provides cost effective mediation services in an efficient manner
  • Ms. Feingold offers mediation to resolve disputes related to divorce, legal separation, child custody, child support, maintenance and post-decree matters
  • Often mediation is an important tool to alleviate the stress that comes with domestic disputes and Ms. Feingold works hard with clients to reach a fair and amicable resolution

     

  • Negotiating and drafting comprehensive premarital, post-marital and non-marital (co-habitation) agreements in addition to separation agreements in anticipation of divorce;
  • Litigating the enforceability of such agreements.