What are the Different Types of Adoption in New York?

Adoption can be one of the most joyous, but also stressful times. The adoption process is complex and you should not have to go through it alone. Fortunately, New York offers various types of adoption for families with different circumstances. If you are considering adoption, contact our experienced New York…
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What to Know About Child Visitation Rights in New York

When it comes to child visitation rights in New York, all schedules must be approved by the court in order to be binding. In New York, and most other states, the court system will put the best interests of the child at the forefront of all of the decisions they…
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Prenuptial Agreement Myths in New York | What to Know

Prenuptial agreements are controversial. But, this controversy is rooted in misconception. Read on to learn more about prenuptial agreements and some of the most common myths surrounding them. Prenuptial Agreement Myths Only wealthy couples need a prenup Some people incorrectly believe that prenuptial agreements are only necessary when couples are…
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Relocation After a New York Divorce | What to Know

After a divorce, many people make the decision to move. If you and your ex share custody of your child, moving out of state can be complicated. In order to relocate, you will need the permission of your former spouse. If your former spouse does not agree to the move,…
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Post-Judgment Modifications in New York | What to Know

Your child support, child custody, and spousal support arrangements will be made during your divorce. Your life is likely to change as the years go by, and eventually, these arrangements may no longer work for you. If this occurs, you may need to reach out to a family law attorney…
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What to Know About Contested and Uncontested Divorce in New York

The process of a divorce is complex and often overwhelming. The method of how a divorce occurs depends heavily on the status of both…
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If I Lose Child Custody, Can I Get it Back in New York?

If a parent is deemed unfit by the court, they may lose custody of their child. This can be challenging for not only the…
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