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March 2018 Archives

Using forensic evaluations in a child custody dispute

There are many difficulties that parents in New York face while raising children. There are many choices that need to be made and every child is different. What works for one child may not work for another child. Because of this fact, there is not just one right way to be a parent. Oftentimes, each parent may even have different ideas on how to handle certain situations. Many times, the parents will compromise on what to do, but this is not always the case, especially when the parents are going through a divorce or are separated.

Helping ensure people pay and receive the proper child support

Parents in New York have many obligations as they raise their children. They need to ensure that they are fed, have a home, have medical insurance, are cared for while they work, decide which extracurricular activities they will participate in and many other obligations. These obligations are present whether the parents are married, divorced or never married in the first place. These obligations also cost money and it is the responsibility of the parents to ensure these obligations are paid for in a timely fashion.

Actor Jim Belushi to divorce after 20 years of marriage

Jim Belushi has been in the entertainment industry for a long time and many people in New York are familiar with his various shows and movies. He has been married for the last 20 years, but his wife just recently filed for divorce. While she does not state many specifics in the paperwork she filed with the court, she indicates that she is seeking spousal support and joint custody of the couple's two children. However, there are many more issues that will need to be resolved in their divorce as well.

Requirements for modifying a child custody order

There are many decisions that parents in New York must make for their children as they raise them. This includes the day-to-day decisions, such as what they are going to eat or what activities they will participate in during the day. These decisions also include long-term decisions, such as what schools they will go to, what religion they will be raised in and medical decisions as well. When parents are divorced, which parent makes these decisions is governed by child custody orders.

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