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An overview of child support modification in New York

Overall, child support orders are static in that they are put in place based on the situation at the time of the divorce. However, everyone knows that a situation can change quickly, for better or for worse. Once the final child support order has been established, both parents are still permitted to seek out a modification of the child support order in certain circumstances. The three circumstances under which a parent can request for modification of child support in New York are as follows:

3 signs your spouse is hiding assets

One of the basic tenets of a divorce is an equitable division of the property, assets and debts. However, for this to happen, every aspect of the couple's finances must be disclosed. Unfortunately, this doesn't always happen, and especially in high-asset divorce cases, one spouse may attempt to hide income or assets in an attempt to avoid having to split them in the settlement. Here are three warning signs to watch for.

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