What are the Consequences of Parental Alienation?

Parental alienation is a tactic used by one parent to turn their child against the other parent. Sometimes you may not even be aware that this is occurring. Parental alienation may take the form of passive verbal jabs about the other parent, outright badmouthing the other parent, and in some extreme cases, pretending to “save” […]

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Terminating Child Support in New York | What to Know

Child support is arguably one of the most important matters to determine when a couple gets divorced. New Your courts take child support very seriously, and once your divorce is finalized, it can be difficult to change your child support arrangement. But, there are circumstances that may allow you to terminate or extend your payments. […]

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What to Know About Post-Judgment Modifications in New York

When you and your spouse get divorced, there are a number of matters to address. Once you settle these matters and finalize your divorce, it can be difficult to make changes to the arrangements you have created. But, life happens, and sometimes, modifications are necessary. Read on to learn more about post-judgment modifications in New […]

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How Can I Maintain my Privacy During a New York Divorce?

Often, couples wish to keep their divorces as private as possible. This is understandable, and luckily, there are a number of ways to make that happen. One of the best ways to maintain your privacy during your divorce is to settle your divorce outside of court. This is usually done through methods like collaborative divorce, […]

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How is Custody Determined in New York | What to Know

Divorce can be an incredibly stressful process. Unfortunately, this can be true for all members of the family, especially children. When getting divorced, you will have to make important decisions regarding child custody. Custody is taken very seriously in the state of New York because the goal is to do what is in the child’s […]

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Determining the Value of Luxury Assets in a New York Divorce

New York uses the process of equitable division in order to divide assets fairly between spouses during divorce. In order to do so, you will need to know the true value of these assets. Read on to learn more. How are Assets Valued in a New York Divorce? Unfortunately, you may not be able to […]

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Tips for a Low-Conflict Divorce in New York

Divorce is stressful no matter what, but there are some ways you can alleviate some of the tension. Below are some general tips you can use to have a low-conflict divorce. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your New York divorce, contact a skilled divorce attorney. Read on to learn more about low-conflict […]

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Post-Judgment Modifications in New York

When a couple gets divorced in New York, there are various matters that will need to be determined. Many couples must agree upon child custody, child support, and spousal support. These arrangements are carefully calculated and meticulously planned in order to make sure they are fair to both parties. That being said, circumstances change. In […]

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Frequently Asked Questions: Child Support

Do you have questions about child support? Below are some of the most commonly asked questions about child support in New York. How is child support determined? New York’s Child Support Standards Act (CSSA) is a formula used to equitably calculate a base amount of child support. The greater number of children, the greater the […]

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Grandparents’ Rights in New York | What to Know

Child custody can be an incredibly complicated matter. While custody situations can be hard on parents and children alike, other parties are affected as well. In many cases, grandparents will want visitation rights when it comes to their grandchildren. Read on to learn more about grandparents’ rights when it comes to child visitation in New […]

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