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Effects of Divorce on Child Custody

One of the most unfortunate consequences of divorce proceedings is the negative effect that can sometimes be imparted to the children of the divorcing spouses. In all too many divorce cases, the ...
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About Property and Debt Division

One of the most complex and potentially stressful issues that must be considered and agreed upon in every divorce is the matter of deciding how the properties and debts accumulated within the marriage ...
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Understanding Contested Divorces

Whenever a marriage ends, the emotional and financial stress can put a severe strain on the spouses and family involved. Spouses who are unable to make decisions between themselves on the terms of ...
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Annulment in New York State

An annulment is a judgment by a court that retroactively invalidates a marriage. An annulment is different than a divorce, which is a court order that terminates a marriage. An annulment means that ...
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Long Island High Net Worth Divorce

Going through a divorce can be a very difficult and emotional experience for all parties involved. When a couple with a high net worth gets a divorce, the process is significantly more complex and ...
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Child Custody Modification in New York

In the state of New York, until the child either turns 21, or is emancipated, the court has the power and authority to modify child custody and visitation in the event a significant change in ...
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Spousal Maintenance in Long Island

Spousal support or otherwise called "alimony" is money that an ex-husband or ex-wife pays to their ex-spouse after they get a divorce. In New York State, there is usually a time limit for ...
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New York State is an Equitable Distribution State

In the event of a divorce, there are two types of property distribution. The two types of distribution are called equitable distribution and community property. New York State is an equitable ...
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Parental Visitation Rights in Long Island

The term child custody is used to describe the legal relationship between parent and child. There are two different types of custody. "Physical custody" refers to where the child lives and ...
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Sole Custody Rights in New York

There are two types of custody when the custody. The first type, (physical custody) has to do with where the child lives and with which parent. The other type, (legal custody) involves the rights and ...
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New York Paternity

Paternity refers to the state or condition of being a father. History shows that the question of paternity has always been important, especially when determining a child's right to an inheritance ...
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Understanding Uncontested Divorces

In Florida, it is possible to make arrangements regarding your divorce without the intervention of the court to make the decisions. In these kinds of cases, the spouses involved are either able to ...
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Explaining Contested Divorce

There are two types of divorce - contested and uncontested. A contested divorce is one in which the spouses could not agree on important issues such as child custody, child support, spousal ...
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NY Child Support Modification

In the state of New York, if there is any change in circumstances for either party, such as a job loss, an increase or decrease in salary or any other change that might warrant a support modification, ...
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Postnuptial Agreements in New York

A postnuptial agreement can perform the same functions of a prenuptial agreement except for the fact that it is established, after the marriage as opposed to before the marriage. A well drafted ...
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The Benefits of a Cohabitation Agreement

With the wide popularity of divorce in today's day and age, more people are making a conscious decision not to marry or re-marry, these days, marriage is not for everyone. Couples still move in ...
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Issues to Address at the End of a Marriage

At the end of any marriage, spouses will need to look to resolve specific issues related to four key topics: child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support and property division. These ...
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Filing for Divorce in Las Vegas?

Whenever one or both spouses in a marriage have decided to file for divorce, there are many different factors that come into the picture. Decisions about child custody, child support, alimony, ...
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Determining Property Division

One of the single most difficult aspects of determining the terms of a divorce or legal separation agreement is the division of marital properties and debts. Not only can determining separate property ...
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Financial Support After an Ended Marriage

Whenever a marriage is ended with a divorce, one of the biggest decisions that must be made by either the spouses or the court is whether or not spousal support, alimony or rehabilitative maintenance ...
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