Mother’s Day can be difficult for divorced parents, especially mothers.
Divorce cases can become exponentially more difficult if children are involved, since there are issues surrounding child custody, visitation, and support that must be addressed.
After much deliberation, you and your spouse have decided to proceed with divorce.
Agreeing on a child custody plan is one of the hardest components of divorce.
Trying to navigate a New York City Family Court while pursuing a child custody case can be daunting, especially for parties who have no prior experience with this type of legal matter.
Parents who are in the beginning stages of ending their relationship should strive to have an amicable, child centered divorce.
The U.S. Supreme Court issued a landmark decision in the case of Obergefell v. Hodges that makes same sex marriage legal across the country.
Primary child custody has historically been awarded to mothers in divorce cases due to “maternal preference,” or the notion that mothers raised children best, not fathers.
Child custody and child support are two of the primary parts of New York divorce cases involving children.