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New York judge awards tri-custody to unconventional family

A judge in New York has marked a first for the state and awarded an unconventional family “tri-custody” after lengthy divorce and custody battle. The father of the child will retain an equal share in parenting time with his ex-wife and their former neighbor, the biological mother of the child. The issue arose after the …

Can posting on social media get you arrested?

With so many different social media platforms making it easy to post your every thought, it is tempting to constantly share what you are doing each day. Many use Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter and others to connect with old friends and share things that are important to them. Unfortunately, a lesson that many fail to …

What are important issues to discuss with a divorce attorney?

Divorce is exhausting, stressful and emotional for all parties involved, especially when there are children in the picture. One of the most contentious aspects of divorce is dividing the marital property. It can be very difficult to come to an agreement as to who takes different assets or pieces of property when getting divorced. What …

Lisa Marie Presley in prenuptial agreement dispute with husband

Lisa Marie Presley, the daughter of Elvis Presley, is in the middle of a prenuptial agreement dispute with her estranged husband, Michael Lockwood. Presley married Lockwood in 2006, but filed for divorce in June of 2016. Presley is in a financial fight with Lockwood right now over the true value of her assets. According to …

Understanding child custody issues in New York

Child custody in New York is an important topic for all parents involved in disputes. There are plenty of different ways a parent can have custody of their child or not have custody of their child. Understanding child custody issues in New York can make your life easier when involved in a custody battle. A …

Rights of grandparents to vis itation or custody in New York

The separation, divorce or death of a parent not only impacts the couple and children involved, but the grandparents as well. This may be particularly true, especially if the surviving or custodial parent’s relationship with the grandparents is estranged. Under New York law, grandparents have the right to request court ordered vis itation with grandchildren …

Modifying child support orders

When a court enters in a child support agreement on the record, it is not necessarily final. Instead, a child support order can be modified under several circumstances. If the circumstances have changed since the final orders were recorded, a parent may be able to petition the judge for a modification hearing to make adjustments …

Unmarried couples and their legal rights

Sometimes marriage is not right for everyone. Whether it is because of someone’s personal beliefs or preferences, or someone simply does not want to make a life-long commitment. The ending of a non-marital relationship is certainly a lot easier to walk away from; however, it offers you little protection in the process. If you are …