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New York public policy in custody cases generally favors that a child by raised in close contact with both parents. This means that the parents should live close enough to Read More
Divorce often requires division of assets, known in New York as equitable distribution. Property division can be particularly complex for high-net-worth couples — those with liquid assets of $1 million Read More
A significant issue that often arises when parents divorce is how to allocate paying for their child’s college education. While child support covers basic expenses like food, clothing and shelter, Read More
A prenuptial agreement, or prenup, is a legal contract couples enter before marriage. The purpose of a prenup is to provide for how a couple’s financial affairs will be managed Read More
Many parents think child support awarded in a divorce is calculated to cover every expense associated with raising a child, from food to car insurance. But in reality, New York Read More
Living with a narcissist can be a major strain in a marriage and it can be even harder on the children. Kids are always striving to please their parents, but Read More
Alimony can be a contentious issue in divorce cases. The spouse who depended primarily on the other for financial support during the marriage worries about losing their standard of living, Read More
The end of a marriage is hard on everyone, particularly the children. Your kids may not fully comprehend why one of you has to move out or why they have Read More
For many families, health insurance for one spouse is tied to the other spouse’s job. If the couple divorces, it can leave one spouse without the coverage they need. If Read More
In a New York divorce, marital assets are fairly distributed between the two spouses, either by agreement or by court order. But equally important are decisions on how marital debt Read More
One of the most contentious aspects of a divorce can be the decision about who should have custody of the children. Historically, New York law followed the “tender years” doctrine, Read More
Divorce carries with it not only emotional stress but also a profound change in economic circumstances. Especially in a contested case, you and your attorney will need to deal with Read More
Parents who divorce or legally separate must come to a working agreement about how they will handle child rearing once they are no longer living together. A parenting plan covers Read More
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
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