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August 2014 Archives

Relocations affect New York families' custody and visitation

Reaching an agreement on child custody and visitation can take quite some time when working through a divorce. It isn't an easy thing to accomplish and may even require modification post-divorce. For some families in New York, custody and visitation schedules may need to be changed for relocation purposes.

How are pets considered in New York divorce cases?

When it comes to custody battles, most people think about what will serve the best interests of the children involved. There are, however, more cases popping up involving pet custody as opposed to child custody. As many couples consider their pets as beloved members of the family, determining who gets to keep access to the family pet in New York divorce cases can require a fair amount of negotiation in order to create a plan that is sufficient for both parties, and keeps the best interests of the animal in mind.

A New York divorce later in life may affect retirement outlook

It is safe to say that just as every marriage is different, every divorce is also. Some couples may choose to divorce in the early stages of a marriage, while others may choose to do so in their later years. No one way is better than another. Couples in New York typically do what they feel is best for them, when they feel it is the right time to do it.

How can you successfully challenge a prenuptial agreement?

A few weeks ago, we wrote about prenuptial agreements and how the perception of these contracts is changing. It used to be that they were taboo, but now people are recognizing prenups for what they are: critical contracts to a marriage and divorce.

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