Practice Areas

DIVORCE

Going through a divorce is a difficult emotional process even when uncontested and both parties agree it is in their best interests to part. Attorney Lisa DiPoala Haber is a New York divorce lawyer who has 30 years of experience helping her clients achieve the best possible outcome for themselves and for their children. She is...

MEDIATION

Syracuse Firm Uses Mediation to Avoid Expensive Litigation Helping individuals and businesses in New York resolve their legal disputes amicably Through mediation, Lisa DiPoala Haber Esq. in Syracuse can help you obtain the best possible settlements while preserving amicable relationships. Lisa is a trained and experienced mediator with extensive experience helping clients throughout New York...

CHILD CUSTODY AND SUPPORT

As a New York child custody attorney, I understand that in most cases, custody of children is one of the more contentious issues that couples must resolve. The courts in New York will always take the best interest of the child into consideration when making custody decisions and there are several ways the issue can...

COLLABORATIVE LAW

Lisa DiPoala Haber, Esq. Can Help You Divorce Through The Collaborative Law Process There are options to pursuing your separation and/or divorce that are less destructive than the more familiar court process. One of them is Collaborative Law. Keeping Your Family Out of Court and Minimizing Adversity The essence of Collaborative Law is the shared...

APPEALS

If you lose your case in a lower court you can appeal to a higher appellate court claiming there was an error and the ruling should be reversed. This is true whether the hearing was in civil, criminal or family court. You can also appeal from an administrative ruling, such as suspension or revocation of...

CIVIL LITIGATION

When two parties have a disagreement, they do not always stem from criminal actions. Sometimes one party will require a specific action from the other or they may require monetary payment from one party to the other, even though no crime has been committed. These types of disputes fall under the category of civil litigation....