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In keeping with State Mandate, Tioga County Family Court announces protocol for virtual fact-finding hearings effective November 23, 2020.

On November 19, 2020 Tioga County announced that all future fact-finding hearings will be held virtually via the Microsoft TEAMS meeting platform effective Monday, November 23,…

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You Paid for It: what the sale of Shoppingtown Mall means for everyone involved

Moonbeam LLC owes Onondaga County over 13 million dollars worth of property taxes. The property they own at Shoppingtown Mall is almost entirely empty after evicting tenants that…

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Part Two: The MSPB Empowerment Act of 2020 and the Possible Effects on Federal Employees Waiting on Appeals

Part Two of a Two-Part Series In our first article, we addressed the implications of newly proposed legislation, the Merit Systems Protection Board Empowerment Act of 2020…

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Part One: The MSPB Empowerment Act of 2020 and the Possible Effects on Federal Employees Bringing Appeals

Part One of a Two-Part Series On July 30, 2020, members of the House of Representatives, led by Gerald Connolly of Virginia and Carolyn B. Maloney of New York, introduced the…

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Getting Your Signature Notarized Remotely and an Update on Durable Power of Attorney Legislation

As the COVID 19 pandemic drags on, we all have had to adjust to doing routine tasks online rather than in person. When it comes to legal documents, one of those tasks is getting a…

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Nonimmigrant Visa Appointments and National Interest Exceptions

The Department of State suspended routine visa services in March 2020 due to the global pandemic. Since March, numerous travel restrictions and presidential proclamations have…

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September Immigration Advisory

Fiscal year 2021 – October could be significant The new fiscal year for Immigrant Visas will start on October 1, 2020. Several important developments suggest that the October…

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Know the risks before you go: The Air Force Academy will disenroll a cadet with less due process than either the Army or Navy Academies.

The United States Air Force Academy located in Colorado Springs, Colorado is the Air Force’s most prestigious and esteemed officer commissioning university program in the…

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Moving Out of State with Your Children. What are the Rights of the Other Parent?

If you share a child with another parent, whether an ex-spouse or not, moving out of state with that child in common can be a problem.  Unless the other parent consents, a…

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Welcome Saratoga! Tully Rinckey Opens New Office

On July 15, 2020, Tully Rinckey expanded its reach in the Capital District by opening an office at 125 High Rock Ave. in Saratoga Springs. We opened the office in Saratoga Springs…

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