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How do I know if a prenuptial agreement is right for me?

If you are headed for a walk down the aisle, you are likely thinking about everything under the sun. But, are you thinking about legal documents? Marriage is a big life decision and should be treated as such when it comes to legal issues. One common legal document involved in marriage is the prenuptial agreement. …

Prenuptial agreements for a second marriage

Prenuptial agreements are a good idea for someone getting married the first time. They are a great idea for someone entering into a second marriage. This is really important if you are remarrying during your senior years. Protecting assets in a second marriage can be done with a prenuptial agreement even if your new spouse …

Child support case of Mets’ Jose Reyes involves ‘double life’

A child support case involving New York Mets’ infielder Jose Reyes has taken a turn to involve an alleged “double life,” according to the baseball player’s former alleged paramour. The woman claims that the Met kept a secret family on the road, which was her and their child, while he had a family at home. …

The pros outweigh the cons for a prenuptial agreement

Prenuptial agreements are becoming more common these days and don’t have the stigma they once had. In fact, many couples are signing prenuptial agreements even when they believe that they will stay married until death do them part. Even though marriage should be built on trust and romance, it really is a business agreement between …

What is virtual visitation and does it work?

Virtual visitation is becoming more and more popular across the country these days, even without parents seeking approval from the court. Virtual visitation is defined pretty much how you would expect; it involves contact between child and parent via email, video chat and instant messaging. Many states are allowing this newer form of visitation to …

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 …

Important Reopening Information

After 11 weeks of New York State on PAUSE, the Law Offices of Larkin Ingrassia, LLP reopened our offices located at 356 Meadow Ave. Newburgh, NY, 626 East Main St. Middletown, NY and 233 Fair St. Kingston, NY on Tuesday, June 9, 2020 when the Hudson Valley Region began Phase 2 of New York Forward.

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