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Grandparents can play a unique and important role in a child’s life. However, grandparents are sometimes refused access to their grandchildren. While parents have the right to decide who sees Read More
An important factor in a child custody case is the willingness of the custodial parent to allow the child’s relationship with the other parent to continue. Fostering that relationship can Read More
New York’s child support statute provides that the non-custodial parent pays support to the custodial parent. Determining which parent is custodial is straightforward when one parent has the children most Read More
Dividing marital assets can be one of the most difficult aspects of divorce, and when a family business is involved it gets even more complicated. If the business is a Read More
In general, the non-custodial parent of a minor must pay child support to the other parent. The amount of support is based on the child’s living expenses and the paying Read More
Custody and visitation disputes are often contentious and emotional. While a minor child’s living arrangements can be successfully negotiated or mediated, often the decision is left up to a family Read More
Americans love their pets. Many owners devote significant time, money and energy to their pets’ care and well-being. Some people view pets as full-fledged members of the family as if Read More
After a divorce is final and a child custody order is entered, the terms specified in the order should be followed by both parents at all times. However, parents sometimes Read More
Property division during a divorce can be as simple as the spouses agreeing on a list of assets and debts and then deciding who gets what — with or without Read More
Property division can be a contentious issue in divorce. Although full financial disclosure is required by law, some spouses might attempt to conceal assets so that they are not distributed Read More
Both parents have equal rights and responsibilities when it comes to their children, and both parents are required to contribute to the child’s financial and emotional support. However, fathers have Read More
When a child is born to unmarried parents, there is no legal father unless paternity is established. Until that is done, the father has no legal rights or obligations concerning the Read More
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530 Oak St. Suite 102
Syracuse, New York 13203
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