Violation Petitions in New York State

People in New York often find themselves having to address certain matters in the family court system when they can’t resolve issues on their own. No matter the issue, when the court makes a decision for the other parties, it is legally binding. This means that all parties are required to follow the provisions of […]

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Child Visitation Orders in Suffolk County

Divorces can be very difficult and in some cases, they can pull families apart. There are a number of different issues that can arise within families after divorce, including when a hostile family member no longer gets to see a child of the divorced couple. Of course, this can be devastating for both the child […]

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Post-Judgment Actions in Suffolk County

In Suffolk County, judges often have to make legally binding decisions based on the circumstances that are currently present for the parties involved. Of course, a judge can’t see into the future and know what may change down the road. That being said, when circumstances do change, the individuals who are involved may want to […]

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Factors Considered in Child Support

In many New York divorces when children are involved, one of the factors that the parents will have to address is that of child support. When the court awards custody to one of the parents, the other parent (the noncustodial parent) will be required to make payments that go towards providing for the child’s needs. […]

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