Sam Shapiro

  • Divorce
  • Wills and Living Wills
  • Wrongful Termination

Joel Cohen

The Law Offices of Joel E. Cohen was established in 2005 and seeks to help clients who live in Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Oklahoma, Mississ

  • Employment Discrimination
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Labor and Employment

Limor BenMaier

  • Maritime Law

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What do I need to do to get custody of my grandkids?

My grandkids are in foster care in a non jewish home. We are orthodox. Traditions are not being followed. I am their grandmother and need to get custody of them. I’ve approached child services who has guardianship of them and asked for custody but they say the kids are better where they are and if I want to pursue custody, I need a lawyer. How do I find a Jewish lawyer who is familiar with the local foster care agency? I have no criminal record and own my own house here in Houston. The kids could live here with me and see their real mom and dad under my supervision, if child services is worried about their safety.
Published on 03/08/21
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Can we throw out a prenup once we have children?

My fiancée and I are to be married in 3 months and I think I need a prenup. I have a lot more assets than she does and I earn a lot more. I’ve made it clear to her that one of the primary reasons I’m willing to get married is because I want a son to carry on my family name. If we have a son, I’m willing to forget the prenup and share whatever I have with her if the marriage doesn’t work out, because I would want her, as my son’s mother, to be taken care of. Can we include something in the prenup that states that it is only valid until she gives birth to a boy and if she does, the prenup goes away at that point? Can I draft this type of agreement myself or must a lawyer do it?
Published on 03/08/21
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