How To Protect Yourself When Divorcing A Narcissist October 13, 2016

In almost every high conflict divorce case either one or both parties are accused of being a narcissist. In most cases neither party is actually a narcissist and the parties are just experiencing typical divorce conflict. However, in some cases, one party is a true narcissist and special precautions need to be taken. What are the characteristics of a real

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How To Decide Who Gets The Pet In A Divorce September 15, 2016

As all pet owners know, pets become part of your family. Often couples treat their pets like children, and the prospect of never seeing your beloved pet again can just as bad as losing custody of a child. Research suggest that about 50% of American marriages end in divorce and that 62% of American households include at least one pet.

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What You Need To Know About Child Support In New York September 1, 2016

Child Support in New York can seem confusing and complicated, but it doesn’t have to be that way. You asked your biggest questions and I answered. Check out the slideshow below for answers to the most common questions about child support in New York. Have more questions? Follow us on Facebook for more New York child support and child custody tips.

Why There Is No Accountability For How Child Support Is Spent July 14, 2016

The number one question I receive about child support is why the child support recipient does not have to account for spending. How Child Support Is Calculated In New York Child support in New York is calculated pursuant to the Child Support Standards Act (“CSSA”) (Domestic Relations Law §240(1-b) and Family Court Act § 413(1)(b)). Support is calculated by multiplying

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