Outside CounselDolores Gebhardt, New York Law Journal
Charging Liens in Matrimonial Actions: A Vanishing Right
Dolores Gebhardt writes: For matrimonial attorneys, getting paid—rarely an easy feat—has become more difficult. An unintended consequence of the 2016 amendments to the Domestic Relations Law has rendered the common law and statutory right to a charging lien unenforceable in many matrimonial cases.
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