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5 Common Misconceptions About a Child Custody Battle in New York City

There are so many misconceptions that go around about child custody battles in New York City. However, let's spend a moment to separate the facts from fiction. Let's explore some of the most common misconceptions about child custody battles in … Continue reading

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How to Prepare for Your Child Custody Battle in New York

One of the most significant issues divorcing couples cannot agree upon is child custody. Both parents usually want the best for their children, however, many divorcing couples find that they have different ideas about what is best for the child, … Continue reading

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How to Protect Your Children from Parental Conflict During Divorce

  Divorcing couples may not agree on much but one thing that they can probably agree on is that they both want what is best for their children. Divorce is a very difficult and stressful time and children will feel … Continue reading

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What Happens to My Rights of Access if I Have a Child with a Partner and We Are Unmarried?

In recent years, it has become increasingly common for unmarried couples to have children. This has presented a relatively new set of challenges when these couples decide to separate. The good news is that unmarried parents have many of the … Continue reading

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Do I Have Rights to Be Present During the Birth of My Child if the Mother Keeps Me Away?

You have conceived a child with a woman that you are not married to at this time. Whether this pregnancy was planned or not, you want to have an active part in the process. However, the mother does not want … Continue reading

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What You Need to Know About Child Custody if You Relocate Outside of New York 

Issues concerning child custody are limited by jurisdiction. For a court to make any determination on child custody issues, it must be established that the child has lived within the jurisdiction for the previous six months. This is usually not … Continue reading

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How to Handle Post-Divorce Child Custody Conflicts During the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed virtually every aspect of life. It should come as no surprise, then, that those changes have extended to post-divorce child custody. While the agreements made by former spouses during the divorce process were almost certainly … Continue reading

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Can You Keep Your Ex-Spouse’s New Partner Away from Your Children? 

Whether your divorce is finalized or not, it can be painful to hear that your former spouse has re-entered the dating pool.  This may be especially troubling if you learn that your ex-spouse's new partner is frequently around your child … Continue reading

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How Domestic Violence Can Impact Child Custody During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Domestic violence can cause emotional, psychological, and physical trauma to the spouse who is being abused as well as the children that are living in an abusive household.  If you are in a situation where you are experiencing domestic violence, … Continue reading

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How to Handle Child Custody During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Co-parenting and child custody can already be challenging but when you couple that with the COVID-19 Pandemic, it takes stress and uncertainty to a whole other level.   So much has changed because of the pandemic.  Most day-care facilities remain … Continue reading

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