The 2016 holiday season is officially here. While usually a chaotic (but joyous!) time, the holidays can bring about additional challenges for divorced couples as they try to figure out how to juggle co-parenting responsibilities during this festive time of year.
For the most part, the divorce process for members of the military is no different than it is for civilians.
A divorce involving children can be an incredibly difficult experience, especially when it comes to learning how to co-parent effectively.
As a custodial parent, one of your primary goals is to promote a healthy and active relationship between your child and your ex-spouse.
Child abuse and neglect are two of the most serious and concerning types of cases currently plaguing the Family Court system.
Initiating a divorce or family court matter can be intimidating and confusing, especially when there are many misconceptions surrounding the process.
There are two forms of child support modifications: upwards modification and downwards modification.
New York State requires a non-custodial parent to help with child rearing costs during, and after, a divorce or child custody action.
Developing a strong relationship with your attorney is a very important component of crafting a winning divorce strategy.