New York’s Child Support Standards Act

When parents in New York State get divorced, one of the obligations they must abide by is the financial support of their children. New York State requires parents to support their children financially until they are at least 21 years of age. The noncustodial parent is typically ordered to make child support payments to the […]

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Benefits of a prenuptial agreement

When couples are headed towards marriage, of course, the last thing they are thinking about is divorce. However, it is important to keep in mind that divorce does happen quite often so it is important to take steps to protect yourself. One way that you can do so is through a prenuptial agreement. Despite the […]

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Options for Alternative Dispute Resolution

Getting divorced is often considered very emotional and difficult and is typically associated with lengthy court battles where a judge decides your fate. While divorces generally are emotional and difficult, they don’t necessarily need to take place in a courtroom and they don’t need to be a bitter fight until the very end. In fact, […]

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