Blog Posts in 2011

  • Parents know best: child custody agreements get detailed

    || 29-Dec-2011

    We've all heard it: parents know best. Now that we're older, we can see that there may have been some truth to this old saying. It is also at the cornerstone of almost all child custody agreements. Each parent wants their children to grow up to become successful, well-rounded adults. One problem some divorcing parents face is just exactly how to raise their children to become successful. ...
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  • Why are marriage rates so low? Study says fear of divorce

    || 22-Dec-2011

    Many don't know it, but marriage rates have actually sustained quite a drop. One college professor who conducted a study recently thinks she may know why, thanks to some unexpected results in her research. According to the Huffington Post, the woman, who is a social demographer, conducted 122 interviews. Interestingly, even though most of her questions had to do with cohabitation, again and ...
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  • Welcome to our Poughkeepsie family law blog

    || 30-Nov-2011

    We established this blog to share stories and information about topics relevant to our practice. Our intent is to highlight local stories, as well as national subject matter, that we think you will find interesting. We will regularly update this blog and encourage you to share your thoughts on these posts.
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