Case Study Spotlight: When Litigation is Best for the Wellbeing of the Child

Litigation is often seen as the last resort. However, in cases involving issues that cannot be resolved out of court, such as in a custody case where a parent is incapacitated because of mental illness or substance abuse, litigation becomes a necessity. Rubin & Rosenblum recently secured an appellate victory that serves as an example of why going to court is sometimes the right thing to do. Gayle R. Rosenblum, Esq. represented a father who was awarded sole custody of the couple’s one child. The mother appealed the Trial Court’s decision. The Appellate Division stressed that it does not like to interfere with the determinations of the Trial Court, and ultimately, the witnesses presented at [...]