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Who can request a visitation order in NY?

Divorce can have serious impacts on the entire family, especially when children are involved. When a parent, grandparent, or another family member feels as though they have lost access to a child due to divorce, they may wonder what their legal options are. In the state of New York, certain family members may be able […]

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Post Judgment Actions in New York Family Law Cases

When the court makes a decision regarding a family law matter, the judge’s decision is legally binding. Of course, the judge making the decision is not able to predict the future and therefore, must rule based on the current circumstances of the situation. The individuals involved in the family law matter are legally obligated to […]

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Who needs a power of attorney in NY?

What is a power of attorney? One of the most important parts of a comprehensive estate plan in the state of New York is a power of attorney. This is a legal document that gives another person the authority to act on your behalf for matters that may be of financial, medical, or of other […]

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Prenuptial Agreements in New York

Although many couples do not wish to start off their marriage by signing a prenuptial agreement, it can be a good way to prepare for the future. By creating one of these agreements, it can prevent heated arguments about money and possessions. A prenuptial agreement can allow both spouses to have their assets claimed to […]

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Estate Taxes in New York State

When a person passes away in the state of New York, their estate may face taxes that must be paid before any inheritance can be issued to beneficiaries. Please be aware that estate tax is different from inheritance tax. Like most other taxes, estate taxes are determined based on the bracket in which a person’s […]

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Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Whenever someone is struggling financially, they wonder what they can do to make ends meet. If you are in this situation, one of the ways that you can remedy your financial hardships is through bankruptcy. There are two types of consumer bankruptcy: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. The circumstances of your situation will determine which […]

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Modifying a Court Order in New York

When a judge rules on a matter, their decision is legally binding and must be followed by all parties involved. That being said, a judge’s decision is made based on the current set of circumstances and facts that they are provided at the time of the ruling. A judge does not have the ability to […]

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