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March 2016 Archives

Custodial parent child support Q and A

Those who have questions about child support in New York may not know exactly where to turn. Thankfully, there are numerous resources available that address this topic. This column will address some of the common questions and concerns that custodial parents, in particular, may have about child support and support services.

Jail time possible for those who do not pay child support

In a nearby state, several people were recently arrested for falling behind on their child support payments. While this may seem extreme to some, others believe that it is the only way to get these parents to start meeting their support obligations. This is not something that is just done in other states. For child support-paying parents in New York, jail time is a possibility if payments are not provided.

Search and seizure: what are students' rights?

An education is much more than a requirement for children in New York. It is designed to be a safe place where kids cannot only learn about science and math, but about themselves as well. They need to feel free to make mistakes. Of course, keeping a close eye on hundreds of kids with a small number of teachers is not a small task.

New York divorce: Obtaining spousal support

When getting a divorce, one's financial future may seem a bit frightening. For spouses who have been stay-at-home parents or who make less than their soon-to-be exes, trying to figure out how they are going to get by economically can be challenging. Thankfully, for those who qualify, New York does allow for spousal support orders to be granted in divorce cases.

One unwary Facebook post could change the outcome of your divorce

We all tend to think of our social media accounts as relatively private venues, places where we can simply connect with friends in an informal setting. Few people worry about a Facebook post or Tweet negatively affecting the rest of their lives.

DUI breath tests: to refuse or not to refuse?

It is absolutely necessary that you can get to certain places every day. Your income depends upon you getting to work. Your children's education depends upon you getting them to school. Your family's health and well-being depends upon you getting to the doctor. There is a very good chance that you use a car to get to all of these places.

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