Douglas M. Colbert is quoted in this New York Post article about the wisdom of pre-nuptial agreements, especially when a divorce would put a lot at stake. Pre-nuptial agreements can address issues related to children, property, and finances.
This New York Law Journal article describes a case of petitioner’s marriage application being denied for having “phantom husbands” on record. Douglas M. Colbert acted as her lawyer.
This follow-up article about Desiree Gonzalez- the woman with two "phantom husbands" represented by Douglas Colbert- describes how phony addresses and signatures were found on previous marriage licenses. Ultimately, Mr. Colbert's representation secured the client a marriage license.