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January 2017 Archives

Unmarried couples and their legal rights

Sometimes marriage is not right for everyone. Whether it is because of someone's personal beliefs or preferences, or someone simply does not want to make a life-long commitment. The ending of a non-marital relationship is certainly a lot easier to walk away from; however, it offers you little protection in the process.

Grounds on which you can pursue divorce in New York

The grounds to get a divorce vary by state and New York is no exception. In order to be eligible to file for divorce in New York, either you or your spouse must have been a resident for at least two years or have lived continuously for an entire year in the state prior to the divorce action being taken. Having been married in or lived with your spouse in New York also qualifies as well.

How to avoid your prenuptial agreement being invalidated

No one wants to think about a potential divorce when he or she gets married. However, divorces are a fact of life. Some people say that at least 50 percent of marriages end in divorce. Prenuptial agreements are a way to protect your assets if that day ever comes.

New York's formula for determining child support obligations

When it comes to child support in the state of the New York, the awarding of it is guided by The Child Support Standards Act. It was passed on Sept. 15, 1989 to standardize the way in which these payments would be calculated. The intention of this child support formula was to ultimately provide children with a standard living not all that different from what they would experience had their parents remained together.

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