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January 2017 Archives

Might your child's other parent be abusive? Act now.

As a parent, it is always difficult to accept an unfavorable custody settlement, but that does not mean you should make concessions when it comes to your child's safety and well-being. There are a number of legitimate grounds on which to pursue a modification to your custody agreement, and chief among them is concern for your child's safety.

Paternity tests may help New York fathers with custody concerns

Being a father is an experience that many men enjoy. However, some individuals may not know they are fathers until a considerable amount of time after their children have been born. As a result, these individuals may have to go to considerable lengths to establish paternity and work to gain custody of -- or visitation with -- their children. 

Accepting custody terms may not be child's play for New York kids

Finding the right way to talk to kids about divorce may prove difficult for many New York parents. However, divorce can have as much of an impact -- if not more so -- on the children as on the parents who are ending their marriages. Therefore, individuals may wish to approach the topic of divorce and child custody in a manner best suited to their particular situations. 

Jodie Sweetin facing child support claim from ex-husband

Divorce cases that involve children are often complicated, even after a settlement has been finalized. If there are significant changes in circumstances, child support orders issued at the time of the divorce may be ill-suited to the new conditions under which an individual may be living. As a result, some parties may wish to seek changes to their support agreements. 

New York residents may wish to explore divorce process options

Ending a marriage is a personal experience for those involved. However, during the divorce process, individuals may wish to keep more of a business-like mindset. This view may help parties work toward the end result without letting their emotions get the better of them. Divorcing New York residents may also want to find the process that best suits their circumstances.

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