The Pennsylvania Superior Court has carved out an exception to the discovery of mental health records in C.L. v. M.P., Pa. Super., decided July 8, 2020. In the majority opinion authored by retired President Judge Emeritus F. Correale Stevens, the court held that a parent’s mental health records could be reviewed […]
Family Law Gets Complicated in a Crisis
David Gutin and Julie Auerbach quoted in article: Link to article: https://www.jewishexponent.com/2020/08/13/family-law-gets-complicated-in-a-crisis/ Stephanie Winegrad has gotten a lot of calls about divorce during the pandemic. “Generally, I found there was an increase in people who wanted to get divorced and also people who were in the middle of divorce who […]
“You’ve Lost that Loving Feeling”
Now how do you sever your financial ties. by Julie A. Auerbach, as published in The Philadelphia Lawyer, Summer 2020 Edition Broken hearts may not be the only fallout from the breakup of an unmarried couple. The severing of these romantic ties may also have financial consequences. Untangling jointly held […]
JULIE A. AUERBACH NAMED FELLOW OF AMERICAN ACADEMY OF MATRIMONIAL LAWYERS
ASTOR WEISS KAPLAN & MANDEL, LLP is pleased to announce that Julie A. Auerbach has been named a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML). Comprised of the top matrimonial attorneys throughout the nation, AAML members are recognized as preeminent family law practitioners with the highest levels of […]
Suggested Guidelines for Persons Subject to Montgomery County Custody Orders During COVID-19
Note: Montgomery County has issued the attached guidelines when exchanging custody of children. These guidelines are good rules to follow, regardless of which county you live in. For persons seeking guidance regarding existing Custody Orders during the COVID-19 pandemic, the following are recommendations only and are not enforceable via a […]
Drawing the Line Between Corporal Punishment and Child Abuse
States around the country are drawing the line between permissible and excessive corporal punishment in different places. Regardless of where that line is drawn, in high-conflict custody cases, there is always a danger that one parent could accuse the other of child abuse to try to get a leg up […]
The Federal Stimulus (Economic Impact Payment)—What do you need to do?
By: Judy M. Springer, Esquire In general, you do not need to do anything according to the IRS to obtain your federal stimulus payment. The IRS expects to begin issuing the payments this month. Depending on your circumstances, you might want to take some pro-active steps. Who Qualifies? If you […]
Distinguishing Between Corporal Punishment and Abuse in Custody Disputes
By Julie A. Auerbach When parents are separated and at odds with one another, each trying to point to the parenting weaknesses of the other and each competing for more time with their children, these parents are likely to be even more constrained in their use of corporal punishment. The older […]
Julie Auerbach a presenter at PA Bar Assoc. Winter Meeting
Julie Auerbach was a presenter at the “ART of Baby making in the 21st Century” at the Pennsylvania Bar Association Family Law Section Winter Meeting, where she discussed new developments in the law regarding Assisted Reproductive Technology.
Can Acts of Generosity Become Legal Support Obligations?
As a matter of public policy, courts want to encourage the involvement of third parties when either or both parents are unable to care for their children. For this reason, courts have historically been disinclined to impose support obligations on third parties. By Julie A. Auerbach | December 30, 2019 at 12:09 PM […]