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Time to Modify your Parenting Plan

When a couple divorces, one of the issues they must resolve is that of dividing parenting responsibilities. In addition to the issues of residence and legal decision making, there are many details of day-to-day scheduling that need to be addressed. The state of New York provides divorcing parents with a form to assist in identifying Read More

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Proving and Disproving Paternity

In the days before DNA testing was widely available, the husband of a child’s mother was presumed to be the father of the child. Today we can establish with total certainty who the biological father of a child is. There are reasons to wish to establish that one man is the father and another is Read More

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Supporting a Child with Special Needs

In the state of New York every parent has an obligation to provide support for his or her children until the age of 18. The definition of support includes basic needs such as food, shelter, medical care, education and clothing. When a family has a child with special needs, this definition expands to include the Read More

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Should I Stay for the Sake of the Children?

Making the decision to divorce is not simple, especially if minor children are involved. Children have an intuitive sense of what is happening in the lives of the adults around them, and hiding marital strife from children is not realistic. If you are debating whether to leave your marriage, and are reluctant to do so Read More

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