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December 2016 Archives

The legal challenges of parenting as a same-sex couple

Like any couple here in New York, sharing your lives with a child offers rewards and challenges that those without children struggle to understand. Unlike opposite-sex couples, however, same-sex couples also encounter legal challenges when it comes to parenting.

Including college expenses in a child support order

When children are ready to leave for college, quite a few parents expect them to be pretty self-sufficient or to have found ways to cover their expenses. It is normal for many university-bound young adults to need a little help, but are parents required to pay their whole way? This is a

Avoiding divorce trouble during the holidays

As millions of other parents in New York and across the nation are currently doing, you may be getting your 2016 holiday celebrations underway. If you also happen to be in the process of ending your marriage, the last thing you need is for divorce issues to ruin your holidays. You're likely already a little nervous about starting new traditions and adjusting to a new lifestyle.

Modifying custody orders for relocation purposes is possible

Everyone experiences a change in circumstances at some point in their lives. While people are good at adapting and doing what is necessary to keep moving forward, when children are involved, making the required changes can prove even more difficult. For divorced parents in New York and elsewhere, change often comes with the need to relocate. Whether you are a custodial parent, non-custodial parent or enjoy shared custody, if you need to relocate, you will first need to seek a child custody modification before making your move.

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