Press: Quotes, Interviews, and More
03/2022: The New York Law Journal quoted Alla Roytberg on The Key to 2022 Marketing Initiatives and how relationship building is integral to successful business development.
10/2021: NYS Bar Association’s Carol Schiro Greenwald quoted Alla Roytberg on Covid-19 and Its Lasting Impact on the Legal Profession
9/2021: The New York Law Journal quoted Alla Roytberg on The Law Firm Impact of Reactions to the Pandemic
7/2021: The New York Law Journal quoted Alla Roytberg on Billing Best Practices Strengthen Client Relationships
5/2021: The New York Law Journal quoted Alla Roytberg in Lawyers Focus on Client Care for Clients Facing the Unknown
3/ 2021: The New York Law Journal quoted Alla Roytberg in By and Large, Remote Working Works
6/2021: The New York Law Journal featured Alla Roytberg in Covid-19 Can’t Stop the Music.
10/2021: How You Can Find The Right Professional For You When Going Through Divorce with Francis Financial.
4/2016: Flying Solo While Keeping Grounded, Interview with Alla Roytberg at Solo Practice University.
TASK FORCE REPORTS
8/2021: Paths Forward for Online Mediation: Final Report of Online Mediation Training Task Force (with Lara Traum)
WATCH THE FORUM ON GLOBAL GROWTH IN MEDIATION, WITH LARA SPEAKING ON MEDIATION IN RUSSIA
WATCH THE FORUM ON WHAT MEDIATION TRAINING IS NEEDED AND AFFECTIVE, WITH LARA SPEAKING ON EXPANDED CURRICULUM
10/2013: Developing Legal Careers and Delivering Justice in the 21st Century NYC Bar Association Task Force (with Alla Roytberg)
Social Media Don’ts During the Divorce Process
Social media makes it more important than ever to seek experienced legal counsel and avoid the risks of handling your divorce alone. With social media use in the U.S. projected to exceed 257 million by 2023, these platforms are a big aspect of life today. This...
Marital Assets: How Are They Divided?
If you've been thinking about getting a divorce, there are a variety of factors that you should consider, the most important of which is how your marital assets are going to be divided. Because this process can be complicated, it's highly recommended that you obtain...
How Does the Court Determine Child Custody?
In the area of family law and divorce, child custody is one of the most difficult and emotional issues. While some parents reach a mutually acceptable agreement on their own, other situations are more contentious and wind up being settled in a courtroom. If you are in...
Can I Make Changes to a Child Custody Agreement?
When a couple divorces, one of the most important results is the child custody agreement. Whether the agreement is easily worked out or is contentious, at some point the initial agreement may need to be modified. If you are involved in a middle income divorce or high...
Use Zoom Mediation To Protect The Children
By Alla Roytberg, Esq. “Pretty much all the honest truth telling there is in the world is done by children.” - Oliver Wendell Holmes Each year hundreds of children in the United States and beyond are killed or seriously hurt by family members as a result of an...
Protecting Your Family From the Fallout of Accidental Injury
Guest Blogger: Jonathan Shahabian, Esq. Injury through the negligence of others can have a devastating impact on you, your spouse and your children. Pain, loss of income, medical bills and the inability to perform household duties are all common consequences of a...
After You Execute a Will do 1 Mediation Meeting to Avoid “Bleak House”
PROBLEM: One would imagine that the last thing on the mind of someone faced with a recent loss of a family member is a protracted contested estate litigation. And yet, stories of capacity and undue influence over someone who signed a will are what great novels...
Post-Divorce Changes in Custody, Parenting and Child Support
~ How to minimize emotional and financial costs ~ “ . . . accidents will occur in the best-regulated families . . ." – Charles Dickens THE PROBLEM: WE NEED TO CHANGE CUSTODY AND CHILD SUPPORT Life happens. When John and Mary divorced Jason was three years old and...
Prepare Now or Pay Later… Homeowner and Business Tips
By Alex Cruz - Public Adjuster and Former Insurance Company Executive - Guest Blogger One hopes never to have a catastrophic loss, but if you do, you should feel comforted that you have purchased property insurance to cover your home or business. That feeling can...
Who is a Parent? Courtroom Definitions Are Finally Catching Up
“Perhaps it takes courage to raise children..” John Steinbeck While legal definitions of parentage in New York State have been construed as both narrow and ambiguous, the definition of parentage has been subject to complicated sociological dispute for centuries....