Divorce & Family Law

Family Law covers the relationships between family members and domestic partners, including marriage and divorce law . The family unit includes parents, husband and wife, children, grandparents, relatives, step-parents and step-children as well as domestic partners. Common family law issues include premarital relationships, engagement, annulment, marriage, adoption, paternity, child custody, child visitation, child support, emancipation, juvenile law and delinquency, divorce, alimony and support, division of marital property and domestic violence issues. Mediation is a growing area of Family Law which provides “alternative dispute resolution” rather than going through long court battles. Mediation is frequently used to settle disagreements over custody of minor children, parenting time with minor children, child support, spousal support and allocation of debt and distribution of property.


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  1. Child Support Child Support Modifications: Starting the Process

    Can parents agree to a child support modifications? Is a court appearance required? How do you modify unfair orders and deal with changing circumstances?
  2. Child Support Child Support in New York: Answers to Frequent Questions

    Answers to common New York child support questions. How the amount is calculated, reduced, the effect of high/low incomes and mutual agreement.
  3. Child Support Child Support: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

    Answers to frequently asked questions concerning child support, calculations, back payments, reduction, failure to pay, garnishment, jail for contempt of court.