The 21st Annual Stuff the Bus kicks off today Friday, November 16th. Here’s what you need to know to help stock the food pantries and soup kitchens of Catholic Charities for families in need this holiday season! This clip taken from Dennis’ weekly show on Q92.1.
What is Article 6? Article 6 is an article of the family court act. It pertains to custody and visitation. Listen to our most recent podcast to learn more about the different articles in the family court act and which each pertains to. This clip taken from Dennis’ weekly show on Q92.1.
Consider donating a gently-used or new coat to a neighbor in need this upcoming holiday season. The Q92 Mid-Hudson Subaru 15th Annual Coat Drive kicks off today, November 9th, and continues right through the holiday season. Here’s what you need to know to help a neighbor in need this holiday season. This clip taken from … Continue reading Neighbors Helping Neighbors this Holiday Season – November 9, 2018 →
Custody cases can be very complex. Sometimes you simply have to deal with the judge that you have. Your lawyer’s job is to find a way to translate what you have to communicate to the judge in a logical fashion and in a language that the judge is prepared to and wants to listen to … Continue reading Pro-Good Parenting →
Attorney Dennis R. Vetrano shares three ways a father can obtain custody in New York State. But note, these are not the only ways. Remember, everything falls under the best interest of the child. Just about anything can affect the best interest of the child. This clip taken from Dennis’ weekly show on Q92.1.
As you’re out trick or treating with your kids this Halloween, make sure you’re being safe. Watch the cars, wear reflective clothing, and make sure you have a flashlight. Here are some additional tips to keep in mind this Halloween. This clip taken from Dennis’ weekly show on Q92.1.
In life, you want to surround yourself with people who inspire you. If your significant other is the type of person that discourages you from being better, that’s the problem. It’s really important to analyze the communications you’re having with your significant other. This clip taken from Dennis’ weekly show on Q92.1.
Fabrications by the police happen every day. As a criminal defense attorney, it is our duty to protect your rights to ensure that you’re not convicted or charged with something that you are not responsible for and that you did not do. This clip taken from Dennis’ weekly show on Q92.1.
Attorney Dennis R. Vetrano Jr. answers recent podcast comment, “Isn’t it a good thing if somebody is convicted that actually broke the law? Why would you train people to get away with crimes?” We as a society have drafted laws because we are willing to sacrifice let’s say, for example, ten people who are guilty going free … Continue reading Innocent or Guilty? – October 19, 2018 →
It’s important to remember that the single most amorphous standard is the best interest of the child in any area of law. It means being the parent to encourage your kids to be better. It’s everything. “Simply because I’m giving insight and encouragement to fathers to pursue custody to be better fathers and better parents … Continue reading How to Obtain Custody As a Father – October 15, 2018 →
Dads can have a big impact on their kid’s life. In life, the messages you impart to your kids and things that you can do to help them or encourage them to accomplish great things in their life go such a long way. This clip taken from Dennis’ weekly show on Q92.1.
When you are pulled over by an officer, you’re not obligated to give an answer but you also do not want to come across as being obnoxious. The officer may ask, ‘Do you know why I pulled you over?’ One way to respond is with a question, ‘Why did you pull me over?’. Here’s what you … Continue reading Your Right to Remain Silent – October 8, 2018 →
The worst mistake you can make is to hire a cheap lawyer who may not give your case the attention it deserves. If you want something good, it’s going to cost money. Lawyers should not charge bargain basement and then deliver bargain basement services. All lawyers have a standard to live up to and took … Continue reading Cost of Hiring a Lawyer – October 5, 2018 →
It’s not about the lawyer, it’s about the client. If you can’t serve your client well and do your job well, get out and do something else. Clients deserve nothing but the best. It is perfectly professional to call lawyers out who are not living up to the standard that the Bar Association and the remainder … Continue reading It’s All About The Client, Not The Lawyer – October 1, 2018 →
There’s a number of different stereotypes about lawyers out there. Lawyer stereotypes run rampant and here’s what Attorney Dennis R. Vetrano, Jr. has to say about these stereotypes. This clip taken from Dennis’ weekly show on Q92.1.
During this week’s episode of the #BehindtheLaw Podcast, radio host Joe Daily asks Attorney Dennis R. Vetrano, “During a trial, if you don’t object to something, as the lawyer, and the judge observes this, does the judge object for you or just wait to see if anything happens?” Your level of attention needs to be … Continue reading Staying Attentive During a Trial – September 24, 2018 →
Depending on the type of retirement accounts each spouse may own, a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) may be necessary to divvy up the money. A QDRO is the court order that directs the pension plan administrator to when the titled spouse retires, the one who’s a participant in the plan, to send a check … Continue reading Diving Pension Plans and QDROs – September 21, 2018 →
What is a QDRO and when is it necessary? A QDRO is a court order specifically designed to transfer to a current or former spouse the right to a portion of the other spouse’s retirement account. While QDROs are most often used in equitable distribution cases, they can also be used to collect money in … Continue reading What is a QDRO and When is it Necessary? – September 17, 2018 →
Once a divorce is finalized, what happens next? Here are some things that you’ll need to take care of. If you’ve changed your name, if there was a pension plan or 401K, if a will or trust plan needs to be updated, if your auto insurance company needs to be updated, if titles need to … Continue reading What To Do Post-Issuance of the Judgment of a Divorce – September 14, 2018 →
Here’s what you should keep in mind during the mediation process to make it the most cost-effective. Many couples who enter into mediation are excited to know that they can compromise with their spouses instead of getting into legal fights in court. This anticipation of the dissolution of their marriage should be approached with some … Continue reading Trustworthy Guidance in Mediation During Divorce – September 10, 2018 →