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September 2012 Archives

New York Yankees GM settling divorce out of court

No-fault divorce came to New York nearly two years ago to give couples the chance to end unhappy marriages without taking or assigning blame. Brian Cashman isn't that lucky, despite being general manager of the New York Yankees. Cashman's alleged, headline-grabbing affairs are costing him an "all-his-fault" divorce.

Brooklyn family court mulls over $15K child support request

An ex-National Basketball Association shooting guard recently attended a court hearing in New York. The mother of Quincy Douby's 5-year-old daughter claims the 28-year-old pro-ball player suddenly stopped making payments on the woman's home. The woman also wants a support modification.

Surviving the economic divide during divorce

Household chores during a marriage are often divided between spouses. For example, one spouse may absorb the duties of financial manager. New York couples sometimes find life easier when one spouse is responsible for paying the bills, saving receipts for tax time, wrestling with the budget or tracking investments.

"Toddlers & Tiaras" pageant mother in child custody fight

A show that takes viewers behind the scenes of child beauty competitions may hurt one of the participating pageant moms in court. TLC's "Toddlers & Tiaras," available to New York and other viewers around the country, features young girls who dress up, sometimes in controversial costumes, to win titles and crowns.

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