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Factors used to deviate from child support guidelines

There are a wide variety of family dynamics that a child in New York will experience. Some children live with both parents who are married. However, some children to live with one parent after that parent has separated through divorce or was never married in the first place. In these situations there is a very good chance that one parent is ordered to pay child support to the other.

What is decided in a visitation proceeding in New York?

Divorce is never an easy time for parents. In addition to deciding how the parties will split up their assets, where each person will live and how they will deal with their finances, the couple will also have to decide how they will parent their child. This will be decided in a child custody proceeding.

Potential tax consequences in a high asset divorce

When a couple with a large number of assets in New York does their taxes, it can be a very complicated process. The couple may have many types of assets and therefore many different forms may need to be filled out to determine how much tax will be paid on the various gains over the year. Ensuring that the couple realizes all the proper tax breaks and understands the tax consequences is important.

Heir of famed German family sued for unpaid child support

There are many people in New York who are no longer in a relationship with the other parent of their child. This could be because the couple divorced or because the parents were not married when they had the child. In either scenario, both parents are still required to care for the child's needs financially. Therefore, the non-custodial parent generally will have to pay the custodial parent child support.

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