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April 2017 Archives

Developer and plastic surgeon finalize divorce agreement

Wealthy couples who decide to end their marriages often face complex financial and tax issues as they attempt to divide their assets. A recent case involving a prominent New York City real estate developer and his plastic surgeon wife shows how the struggle of negotiating a settlement in a high-asset divorce, instead of engaging in a lengthy public trial can benefit both spouses.

How the county helps with delinquent payments of child support

Child support in Westchester County is an integral part of caring for a child when the parents are no longer together. Unfortunately, there are times when the supporting parent does not make the required payments. Custodial parents might not know what to do when the would-be supporting parent is guilty of delinquent payments. The county has certain steps it will take to help in these circumstances.

How can I recover child support from an out-of-state parent?

Failure to pay child support is a problem that is disturbingly common in Westchester County and throughout New York State. While there are strategies that the state can use to recover delinquent payments, a factor that can increase the difficulty in pursuing a parent for failure to pay child support is if the would-be supporting parent lives outside New York. Fortunately, there are methods to recover these payments.

Child support and income determination

When New York couples have parted ways as a couple and share a child or children, a frequent concern is how child support will be calculated. There are certain factors that must be taken into consideration with percentages based on how many children there are and what amount of income will be earmarked for the child. Understanding the child support guidelines is a key to both adhering to the financial needs of the child and handling a child support dispute.

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