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Meeting the No-Fault Divorce Criteria in New York

New York became the last state in the country to adopt a no-fault ground for divorce in October, 2010.  Irretrievable breakdown is now the divorce ground of choice for couples seeking a low-conflict, lower cost avenue toward divorce. That said, divorce based on irretrievable breakdown still has requirements. You must resolve related marital issues before Read More

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Discuss Divorce Issue with a Lawyer

Important Divorce Issues to Discuss with a Lawyer Divorce significantly changes the lives of couples and their children. Making the best decisions often depends on understanding legal options. Spouses should discuss the following with their divorce attorneys: * Children. Parents must agree on child custody and support issues to reach an out-of-court settlement. Courts always Read More

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How Divorce Affects Family Life

Concerns about How Divorce Affects Children and Family Life Most parents have major concerns about divorce and the effect it may have on their children and family life. Divorce is a life-changing event and obtaining information can help you prepare and make decisions that safeguard you and your children’s well-being. For help, contact our divorce Read More

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Do You Have Problems Paying Alimony?

Potential Consequences of Failing to Make New York Alimony Payments New York courts sometimes grant spousal maintenance, which are payments from one spouse to another, in divorce cases when spouses are not able to provide for themselves. Once the court issues a maintenance order, the spouse owing support must comply by making payments. Even so, Read More

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