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  • Who Gets Custody Of The Pet(s)
    Who Gets Custody Of The Pet(s)

    Custody of the family dog or cat or other pets has long been viewed as property in NY divorce cases to be divided like other marital assets. However, more recently the NY Courts have been following an ...

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  • Shared Custody And Child Support
    Shared Custody And Child Support

    Shared Custody means that both parents have a substantially equal amount of parenting time with their children. Examples of a shared custody schedule is the child(ren) are with one parent on Monday ...

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  • Custody Trials: The Good, Bad & Ugly
    Custody Trials: The Good, Bad & Ugly

    In the past year I have tried two custody cases to conclusion and decision by the Court. The first case was essentially a relocation case but it also required a change of custody because the parties ...

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  • Why You Should Retain A Divorce Attorney
    Why You Should Retain A Divorce Attorney

    Choosing the right divorce attorney is critical. Unless you truly have no assets/debts, no children, no house and no retirement assets then going it alone is really not a good option. No matter how ...

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  • What Happens When You Default In A Divorce Case
    What Happens When You Default In A Divorce Case

    If you are served with a Divorce Summons, you must respond if you wish to adequately protect your rights. If you do not appear or if a Complaint is served file an Answer the divorce will proceed in ...

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  • Fighting Against Parental Alienation
    Fighting Against Parental Alienation

    One of the worst types of divorce are the ones in which parental alienation occurs. The courts have held that a parent who alienates a child from the other parent or deliberately interferes with the ...

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