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Overdue child support can mean federal criminal sentences

New Yorkers may already know that parents who fail to pay court-ordered support for their children can face punishment by local and state authorities. What most people may not know, however, is that failure to pay child support can also mean federal criminal penalties.

Divorce: parents with multiple roles may become depressed

It is not unusual these days for couples in New York to divorce. Unfortunately, the end of a marriage affects not only the spouses but also their children in some profoundly emotional ways, especially when it comes to child custody.

Why should New York couples choose an alternate divorce method?

Finalizing a divorce in New York may involve addressing many tricky issues, and residents may not be aware of many of these issues, such as how much alimony or child support should be paid, how to write a parenting plan and so on. An ordinary resident with little or no knowledge of family law may find it difficult to understand many aspects of a divorce.

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