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How Do I Get an Order of Protection in NYC?

How Do I Get an Order of Protection in NYC? If you are a victim of physical violence, or if someone has threatened you with bodily harm, you can seek help through an order of protection. These orders are often requested and utilized by domestic violence victims or those who have been subject to harassment Read More

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How to Adopt a Child in New York

How to Adopt a Child in New York Adopting a child is one of the biggest decisions an adult can make. The positive impact this can have on a child’s life cannot be overstated. While it is rewarding for the child and your family, finalizing an adoption takes significant time, effort, and patience. Because a Read More

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Penalties for Failure to Pay Child Support in NYC

Penalties for Failure to Pay Child Support in NYC When a parent who owes a child support obligation fails to pay as scheduled on a regular basis, the court can force repayment and penalize the debtor in a variety of ways. The New York City Department of Social Services Support Collection Unit can take administrative Read More

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Incarcerated Parents have Rights Too

Incarcerated Parents have Rights Too In the United States, there are approximately five million children born to a parent that has been incarcerated at one point in his or her life. Oftentimes, the incarceration of one or both parents can negatively affect a child, especially those in their earlier years of childhood. According to the Read More

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How Does New York No-Fault Divorce Law Relate to Contested Divorce?

How Does New York No-Fault Divorce Law Relate to Contested Divorce? In a contested divorce, couples have one or more disagreements about how to deal with child custody, child support, spousal support or marital property division. Contested issues can exist in both fault-based and no-fault divorces. A no-fault divorce is one that bases divorce grounds Read More

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Under What Types of Circumstances Do New York Courts Not Uphold a Prenup?

Under What Types of Circumstances Do New York Courts Not Uphold a Prenup? When creating a prenuptial agreement with your prospective spouse, it is wise to consult a Brooklyn prenuptial agreement attorney to make sure your agreement is valid and fair. New York Domestic Relations Law (DRL) 236[B](3) is the basic statute that establishes prenuptial Read More

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What Restrictions Exist Regarding Property During Divorce?

What Restrictions Exist Regarding Property During Divorce? Once you decide to divorce, you may wonder whether there are restrictions on what you can do with your property. Can you cash in stocks, spend money in your joint bank account without telling your spouse or run up debt on your credit card? Divorce requires planning and Read More

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How Does a Legal Separation Work in New York?

How Does a Legal Separation Work in New York? Depending on your marital circumstances, you may want to consider a legal separation instead of a divorce, or using a legal separation as a means of eventually filing for divorce. A Brooklyn attorney can help you weigh your options and make an informed decision. New York Read More

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