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Blog Posts in May, 2012

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  • Grandparents' rights an important issue in New York
    Grandparents' rights an important issue in New York

    A growing number of New York children are raised by kin outside their immediate family. In a report released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, it states that over the past 10 years, there are 18 ...

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  • Accuracy of financial affidavits in New York divorce crucial
    Accuracy of financial affidavits in New York divorce crucial

    A financial affidavit in a divorce proceeding gives the court a quick glance at the family finances and includes information related to earned income, amount of expenses, and amount of debts and value ...

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  • Reform of New York divorce reforms stalled by slow review
    Reform of New York divorce reforms stalled by slow review

    Many in New York cheered in 2010 when the state approved the availability of no-fault divorce. Our state was the last in the nation to get onto the no-fault bandwagon and the move was accompanied by ...

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  • Child custody: 12-year-old's baptism violated divorce terms
    Child custody: 12-year-old's baptism violated divorce terms

    Child custody issues can continue long after divorce papers have been signed. That is as true in Poughkeepsie and throughout New York as it is just about any other place in the country. Married ...

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  • New York man with school board job faces criticism for unpaid child support
    New York man with school board job faces criticism for unpaid child support

    Child support is often an issue that many people would hope could be resolved behind closed doors. Unfortunately, if you are serving in a very public job, word can easily get out when there is an ...

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