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How Long Does it take to Get a Divorce in New York?
Simple, uncontested divorces could take just a few weeks, while a highly contested divorce involving court dates and litigation could take months or even years.
Child custody issues tend to be one of the most litigated, sensitive, and complex of all family law matters. The custody of a child is usually addressed by the court during divorce proceedings, but can also be addressed without a divorce action in family court. It is the court’s primary objective to consider the best interests of the child, not the personal desires of each of the parents.View More
Child support is decided by state guidelines described under the Child Support Standards Act: Child support is calculated as a percentage of the adjusted gross income of the non-custodial parent. This law also states that both parents are required to share in their child’s financial support to ensure that the child is given an appropriate standard of living.View More
A prenuptial agreement outlines the financial arrangements for your marriage and in the event of a divorce or separation. You can choose how you will handle your marital estate while married as well as in the event of the dissolution of the marriage.View More
A postnuptial agreement differs from a prenuptial agreement in that it is drafted after the couple has already been married. A postnuptial agreement can be beneficial for one or both spouses where there was no prenuptial agreement signed prior to the marriage.View More
After the court issues an order for child custody, child support, alimony, or visitation order, people often forget that they are allowed to ask for a modification. Even still, modification requests can be complicated and need to be navigated by an experienced family attorney.View More