Tag: Divorce

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

Divorce is not only for grown-ups. Children are the collateral damage of their parents’ divorce. While that sounds harsh, it is the uncomfortable reality. In every divorce where the children are minors (in New York, under age 18), there is always a custody decision which results in a determination of living arrangements for the children. […]

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Divorcing your spouse doesn’t necessarily mean you have to divorce your business partner. When couples who are in business together get divorced, their first inclination is that they are going to have to divorce as business partners as well. Negotiations surrounding the dissolution of the business oftentimes get more contentious then the parties divorce proceedings […]

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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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