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April 2014 Archives

Former Knicks player sued by wife for delinquent child support

Parents in New York want to send their children to the best schools possible. Sadly, with education costs soaring the few decades, this aspect of raising a child is becoming harder to manage. Even though education might be a principal need along with daily living expenses and health coverage, meeting that need can be hard for parents who have separated, are divorced or who never married.

New York high-asset divorce ends in wife's share being reduced

Formally severing any marital relationship through divorce may involve certain complexities and legal requirements. However, the divorce of a couple who shares a huge amount of marital assets that must be identified, categorized and divided fairly between the two defines the very nature of a high-asset divorce.

Bode Miller and ex-girlfriend in New York child custody dispute

When New York parents end their marriage or their relationship, one of the most difficult decisions they have to make is which parent is going to be the primary custodian of their child. On occasion, the court may choose to award joint custody. Another common resolution is for the court to assign legal custody to the parent deemed best suited to ensure the well-being of the child, and provide the other parent with regular visitation rights.

New York real estate mogul's high-asset divorce finalized

When a marital relationship comes to an end, the parties involved often face a difficult and traumatic period. The situation can be even more stressful in a high-asset divorce. Since equitable asset division is an important part of a divorce proceeding, all the assets owned by the husband or the wife need to be subjected to asset valuation, classified as marital or non-marital assets, and then divided equitably between the parties.

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