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December 2012 Archives

Jets wide receiver named in second child support suit

Unmarried, separated or divorced parents can agree to the financial care of children through casual or court-formalized arrangements. Informal child support involves an element of trust between separated parents, which can be broken over time. For that reason, many custodial New York parents prefer involving a family court in child support matters.

Vengeful ex faces charges over mailing soiled alimony checks

The end of a marriage is often accompanied by strong emotions. Feelings of hurt and anger and thoughts of revenge are hardly uncommon among spouses during, and sometimes long after, divorce. Most spouses, even those blindsided by a partner's decision, usually regain perspective and emotional control eventually.

Rahr-in' to go: Billionaire's four-decade marriage nears end

New York City resident Carol Rahr is divorcing her billionaire husband, Stewart, a former pharmaceutical company owner and philanthropist. According to the spouses' lawyers, the Rahr divorce is expected to move forward without the financial fireworks that accompany many divorce settlements.

New York parenthood lost and found

An against-all-odds father's story recently received the attention of an annual charity campaign conducted by The New York Times. The long child custody wait of a 49-year-old father of five was highlighted among a series of stories designed to encourage financial support for the newspaper's Neediest Cases Fund.

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