Monthly Archives: April 2023
How To Enforce Child Support Orders In Long Island
It is a very frustrating situation when a court has ordered your former spouse to pay child support and they still refuse to make payments. You may think there is little you can do and you may even consider withholding visitation from your child’s other parent. This is a mistake and will only result… Read More »
Do Parents Lose Custody If They Go To Jail?
Being convicted of a criminal offense in New York has serious consequences. You may have to serve jail time, pay high fines, and will have a permanent criminal record. When a parent is convicted of a crime, it can have a negative impact on the entire family. You may wonder if the conviction will… Read More »
Reasons People Divorce After 20 Or More Years Of Marriage
It is natural to assume that when a couple has been married for 20 years or more, their marriage will last forever. After all, at this point each party knows the other very well, and the two people have likely fallen into a routine that works for both of them. Unfortunately, no marriage is… Read More »
Served With Divorce Papers? Here Is What To Do Next
Even if you know that your marriage is in trouble and divorce is an option, being served with the official papers is always upsetting. It is natural at this time to feel anger, confusion, and even grief. This is an important time, though, to keep your emotions in check so that you can proceed… Read More »
Need To Change Your Divorce Lawyer? Here Are Three Signs
If you are going through a divorce, the lawyer that represents your best interests will have a major influence on the outcome of your case. Most divorce attorneys in New York tell their clients that they will make their case a priority and do whatever is necessary to secure a favorable outcome. Unfortunately, this… Read More »
How Is Spousal Support Determined In Suffolk County?
If you are going through a divorce, you may be concerned that you will not be able to enjoy the lifestyle you have become accustomed to during your marriage. If this is a worry of yours, you may be able to pursue spousal support. You can reach an agreement with your spouse about maintenance,… Read More »