Attorney Peter Cedeño was chosen to give a seminar on the topic of valuation of licenses and professional practices within the equitable distribution section, and how it relates to spousal maintenance. Being asked to be a featured speaker to hundreds of New York’s matrimonial judges is a great honor, and one that Mr. Cedeño happily accepted.
The New York State Judicial Institute is a 52-week-a year center for education and research. The center was designed to enhance the quality of the courts and to ensure that the New York State judiciary sets the bar for excellence all throughout the country. In order to ensure that the Judiciary remains abreast of current developments in law, the Institute centers its programs around emerging trends and cutting-edge issues. Furthermore, the Institute fosters open dialogue between the Judiciary, the practicing bar and the public.
The Judicial Institute first opened on the campus of Pace Law School in White Plains in May of 2003. Today, the Institute has created a forum for judicial scholarship which includes continuing education seminars, conferences and cooperative education programs with other state and federal judicial systems and their endeavors. The New York State Judicial Institute is located 25 miles north of New York City on the campus of Pace University School of Law in White Plains, New York. Jurists from New York and all around the world have traveled to the Institute to participate in programs and conferences. Featured speaker Peter Cedeño practices divorce and family law in New York City. Learn more about Peter Cedeño and Perez & Cedeño, PC by visiting: http://www.perezandcedeno.com.
Perez & Cedeño, PC is a family law and divorce law firm located in New York City. The firm offers a broad range of divorce and family law services including but not limited to: prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements, mediation, divorce, military divorce, domestic violence, same sex marriage, child custody, child support, and enforcement of orders, grandparents’