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May 2018 Archives

Getting child support right between divorcing couples

Child support is a major point of contention among New York parents, especially formerly married exes. While some custodial parents feel like they deserve more, others believe that the system is rigged in favor of the recipients. The Census Bureau paints a clear picture of the child support dilemma in the U.S.

Duties of estate administrators and executors

When a New York will holder passes away, an executor will be named. Those who die without wills must have administrators appointed to handle their estates. Whether a person serves as an executor or an administrator, he or she will have certain duties to perform. It is important that executors and administrators understand their responsibilities and handle them correctly.

How collaboration in divorce may bring more financial security

When it comes to New York divorces, many spouses are concerned about their future financial stability. Increasingly, couples are working toward collaborative solutions in divorce that can lead to more financially secure futures. Many ex spouses and financial experts have reported better outcomes using this approach.

The dangers of divorce for entrepreneurs

While New York entrepreneurs may frequently deal with challenges in their businesses, one of the greatest challenges for an entrepreneur could be keeping a marriage going. There are several reasons that being an entrepreneur might not be compatible with a smooth relationship.

Legal liability for debt after divorce

While asset division is a major concern for couples, ending a relationship also brings about the need to divide any debts incurred during the marriage. In a perfect world, each spouse takes responsibility for paying back debts they created and any debts in their own name.

Things to keep in mind about sharing legal custody

Making a decision about child custody is often thought of as deciding where the child will live, but that is just the definition of physical custody. Parents in New York must also decide or have a judge decide whether they will share legal custody. Legal custody refers to the right of a parent to make major decisions about issues such as a child's religion, health care and education. Parents may share legal custody even if one has primary physical custody while the other has visitation rights.

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