New York residents who have children—whether through marriage or not—have a legal responsibility to care for those children. For some people, that means paying child support. Obviously, this can be a touchy legal issue, since it directly impacts a person’s finances. A...
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Month: October 2022
Nesting could make co-parenting easier
For parents thinking about divorce or at the beginning stages, your primary concern is likely your children. How do you make this process as easy as possible on them? In recent years, one less-talked-about method is birdnesting or nesting. Birdnesting or nesting...
Do a child’s preferences matter in custody determinations?
In New York child custody cases, the judge will make all final custody decisions. As the judge makes their determinations, they may consider just about any factor that relates to the best interests of the child. New York judges may consider the following factors: The...