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October 2018 Archives

Basics of collaborative divorce in New York

Many more marriages in New York are now ending in divorce. There are many different reasons for this trend, but it does not matter why, if a couple decides to divorce they still must resolve all the same issues. These include child custody and child support determinations if they have minor children, potentially spousal support and every couple must divide their marital assets. How they resolve these determinations, depends on the couple though.

The complexities of dividing stock options in a divorce

People have many different types of jobs in New York. While most people are paid for the work they perform, how they get paid and how much they earn can vary. Some are hourly employees and are paid based on the hours they actually work. Others receive salaries and are paid a certain amount regardless of how many hours they actually work. However, in addition to base pay, people may also receive benefits, bonuses and other forms of extra compensation for their work.

What happens in a custody dispute if there is domestic violence?

Parenting children in New York is not always an easy job and it can be frustrating at times. This is also true of being in relationships and at times people are bound to have fights or lose their temper with family members. However, some people go beyond simply losing their temper and may physically assault them. This is not only illegal, but also very detrimental for the victims of the abuse both physically but also emotionally and mentally.

How to register an out-of-state child support order in New York

Many people live in New York, but not everyone who lives in the state was born here or has lived here their entire lives. There are many things that can happen prior to moving here that will follow people wherever they go. One of these things is that if the person has children they will be with the parent as they move. That parent may also have obtained a child support order in a different state prior to moving. These orders are another thing that can follow the parent to New York as well.

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