May 2015 Archives

New York family law matter: domestic violence

As hard it may be for some people to believe, domestic violence is a significant problem, and it is one that affects numerous families in New York and all across the country. This type of behavior does not usually start at the beginning of a relationship, and, in fact, it can be very difficult to see it right away. If controlling or violent behavior does develop, it is not uncommon for a victim to feel stuck in the situation. Domestic abuse is most certainly a family law matter, and, with the help of counsel, a victim of such violence can take legal action in order to remove him or herself from the relationship.

Help is available when seeking a change in child support

After a child support order has been granted, numerous parents in New York may feel there is little they can do to change it. While child support is a necessary thing to ensure children's needs are appropriately met, a number of issues may arise that warrant the amount be changed. Seeking a post-judgment alteration in child support is not always easy to accomplish, but an experienced attorney can help in making this type of request a reality.

The topics of custody and vis itation are not easy to discuss

Every year, numerous couples throughout New York and across the country experience divorce. Many of these couples do have children to consider, which only adds more stress and anxiety to an already difficult situation. The topics of custody and vis itation will eventually come up -- if not right away -- and coming to an agreement about what is best for the entire family isn't the easiest thing to do.

New York divorce: uncovering hidden assets and debts

Sad but true: spouses may attempt to hide assets, particularly money, from one another. Money, in general, can be a difficult topic for any couple, and it is something that can certainly put a strain on a marriage. In fact, numerous couples in New York and elsewhere choose to file for divorce due to monetary issues.

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