Judges Seek Support to Curb Divorce 'Tsunami'

, New York Law Journal


A victim of its own success, the Manhattan Supreme Court, in the words of one judge, has turned into a "Mecca" for New Yorkers seeking divorces, even those who don't live in the borough.

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  • RobeProbe

    Judge Mathew F. Cooper has been rated 30 times on www.RobeProbe.com.
    His overall rating is "VERY BAD". The criticism of this judge is quite shocking.

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