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Smartphone app gives New York paternity results in under a second

The lightning-fast advancement of technology could change the way family law courts handle certain cases. The impact an accurate test with almost instantaneous results could have on New York paternity cases might reduce or eliminate lengthy disputes over fatherhood.

New York divorce methods have never been more diverse

The ways relationships begin and end have changed. Most New York residents would never have dreamed a few decades ago that the Internet could lead to relationships and marriage. Couples also had few alternatives when marriages ended. Divorces were traditionally adversarial.

Ex-New York "housewife" Frankel and husband separate

A prenuptial agreement may prevent a New York reality TV star from losing millions of dollars she made for originating Skinnygirl cocktails. Bethenny Frankel recently announced that she and Jason Hoppy were separated. Reports indicate the celebrity parents are moving forward with divorce.

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.

City and state attorneys want spousal support laws to change

The New York State Law Revision Committee has until the end of the year to report on recommendations about a year-old, formula-based spousal maintenance law. The New York City Bar Association wants the committee to widen the use of the formula to include Family Court divorce cases.

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