Category: Finances and the Financial Neutral

We blog about helping Long Island families to resolve conflicts in the most productive ways possible.

One method of calculating child support in a divorce is provided by New York laws. Basic Child Support is calculated by a statutory (DRL §240[1-b]) formula in New York. The formula has complex aspects which must be explained by your attorney, but in essence, the non-residential parent (who we will call the “payor”) must pay […]

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