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  • Which State Decides My Case
    Which State Decides My Case

    People often relocate after they are divorced or if not married after they resolved their issues of child support or child custody . A common question comes up when one person remains in New York and ...

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  • Why Do I Have To Go To Family Court To See My Child
    Why Do I Have To Go To Family Court To See My Child

    My client asked the Family Court Judge why did he have to go to court, “I just want to see my child”. Those words were spoken right after a parenting agreement providing for joint custody , primary ...

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  • To Mediate Or Not
    To Mediate Or Not

    Mediation can be a very useful tool but like most projects in life, not every tool is right for every job. For some jobs the right tool may not matter if the skill to use the tool is not present. ...

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  • Why Are Some Cases Brought By Order To Show Cause
    Why Are Some Cases Brought By Order To Show Cause

    Once a divorce case has been or is being filed almost any type of judicial relief can be sought by Order To Show Cause (OSC), however sometimes the request must be done by Order To Show Cause and ...

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  • What To Do When Child Refuses Visitation
    What To Do When Child Refuses Visitation

    When your child refuses to visit or speak with the other parent, this is a major problem with or without an existing court order. If there is a court order one parent is threatening to bring a ...

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  • Advantages Of A Custody Settlement
    Advantages Of A Custody Settlement

    There are many reasons why parents should try and resolve contested custody disputes, far too many for a blog post however here are some of the main reasons. Last week I was in court and the judge ...

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