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Does Child Support Cover College Expenses?

Does Child Support Cover College Expenses?

Does Child Support Cover College Expenses?

Child support laws in New York are very different than they are in other states. As a result, this can leave many parents confused about what their legal responsibilities are with regard to the financial support of their minor child and when child support obligations end. A related concern is whether or not New York mandates that parents contribute toward a child’s college expenses.

Here’s what you should know and when to seek the support of an experienced Long Island child support lawyer.

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How to Simplify Your Contested Divorce on Long Island

How to Simplify Your Contested Divorce on Long Island

How to Simplify Your Contested Divorce on Long Island

Getting a divorce is emotionally tumultuous, regardless of how necessary it is for the well-being of yourself and your family. It’s not difficult for a divorce to become contentious when you and your ex-spouse disagree on the most important matters related to the dissolution of your marriage, including child custody and visitation, property division or spousal support or alimony.

A contentious contested divorce is stressful and costly for everyone involved. Not only is divorce litigation expensive, it’s also time-consuming and emotionally draining. If you have children, litigating your divorce can have an even greater negative impact on them. In an ideal world you will find ways to dissolve your marriage as quickly and smoothly as possible with the least amount of fallout on everyone involved.

Here are some ways you can uncomplicate your contested divorce and how to get legal help when it looks like divorce is your next best option.

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What Are the Child’s Rights in a Long Island Divorce?

What Are the Child’s Rights in a Long Island Divorce?

What Are the Child’s Rights in a Long Island Divorce?

Since children are often the ones who are impacted the most by divorce yet tend to suffer in silence, courts across the country are exploring implementing children’s bills of rights in divorce cases.

Here are some basic rights that a child should have when going through the process of their parents getting a divorce on Long Island and how you can get the help you need to make sure the dissolution of your marriage is as easy as possible on your family.

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Can Older Children Choose Child Custody in Divorce?

Can Older Children Choose Child Custody in Divorce?

Can Older Children Choose Child Custody in Divorce?

There are many important factors that go into determining child custody and visitation in New York. While a child’s wishes are heard and considered, especially if they are older, there are more levels of complexity to a child custody case than with whom the child wishes to live.

Here’s what you should know about when children can, and can’t, choose custody arrangements in a Long Island divorce and how to get the legal support you need now.

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How to Keep Your Divorce Amicable & Not Contentious

How to Keep Your Divorce Amicable & Not Contentious

How to Keep Your Divorce Amicable & Not Contentious

Getting a divorce is hard, even if it’s something both you and your soon-to-be-ex-spouse have decided is right for your family. Ideally, your separation will be amicable. However, due to the nature of divorce and the various legal cases under its umbrella, like child custody and alimony or spousal support, things can become heated quickly.

If you and your spouse are able to communicate, there are things you can do to help keep your divorce amicable and prevent if from degrading into an adversarial Contested Divorce. Here’s what it takes to have an amicable Long Island divorce.

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22 Key Child Custody Issues to Prepare For in Divorce

22 Key Child Custody Issues to Prepare For in Divorce

22 Key Child Custody Issues to Prepare For in Divorce

Child custody and visitation are some of the most emotionally-wrought, sensitive issues when dissolving a marriage. Both parents want to ensure that remain an important part of their child or children’s lives and have a say in how their child is raised. Typically, one spouse will have primary physical custody and this leaves the other parent concerned that they will be less a part of their child’s live than when they were married and all living together.

It’s important that you are as ready as you can be to address all of the issues that may come up when dealing with child custody and visitation in your divorce. Here are 22 child custody issues you and your soon-to-be-ex-spouse should be prepared for during your upcoming Long Island divorce.

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