August 2015 Archives

Help with out-of-state or out-of-country child support issues

After a couple separates, it is not uncommon for one party to move out of state or out of the country in order to start fresh, for new relationships or for employment purposes. This, however, can make dealing with child support issues seem extremely difficult. When a noncustodial parent does leave New York, what can the custodial parent do to obtain and/or enforce a support order?

What is the time frame for completing a divorce?

Those who are considering ending their marriages, whether in New York or elsewhere, are likely to have millions of questions. This is completely understandable because, just as it takes a lot to build a marriage, it is only reasonable to assume that working through a divorce can also be a lot of work. One question many couples might have may involve how long it can take before a divorce is finalized.

What is the difference between orders of custody and vis itation?

When parents have to choose how they will divide time with their children after divorce, it can be difficult to decide what truly is best for their specific circumstances. Custody and vis itation orders that are granted to parents in New York can be customized to meet a family's specific needs. First, however, parents will have to figure out if they should share custody or if one parent will only be granted vis itation time.

New York divorce dispute: Resolutions are different for everyone

The divorce experience can be vastly different from one couple to the next. What may be a crucial issue to one person may not be to someone else. When in the midst of a divorce dispute, a couple will have many decisions to make that may prove rather difficult. Those in New York who may find themselves in this situation may benefit by remembering that resolutions are different for every couple, and comparing one's own experience to that of others is not really beneficial.

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