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Can Child Support Amounts Change?
Can Child Support Amounts Change?

Courts approve the amount of child support a parent must pay. Parents can determine this amount, or a court will do it for them. In New York, courts come up with this amount by following the Child Support Standards Act. This provision has a formula that considers the number ...

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Blog posts in Child Custody

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    Education is increasingly being considered a vital factor when determining a kid's best interest in child custody cases. For instance, if a parent ...

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  • The Physiological Effects of Divorce on Children

    The dissolution of a marriage brings about major changes in the lives of the children it affects. No matter the age—or gender—of the children, there ...

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  • Moving After a Divorce

    Moving is always a hassle, but it becomes even more complicated for a single or divorced parent with custody of their children. Custodial parents ...

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  • How Is Child Custody Determined?

    Whenever parents their relationship, the biggest consideration will be what happens to their children. While it is generally considered best for a ...

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  • Supreme Court Prohibits Mother From Travelling to Japan Pending Divorce Action

    At the Virdone Law Firm, P.C., we recently represented a father whose soon to be ex-wife and plaintiff was a Japanese citizen. Our client, the father, ...

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  • NY Family Court May Override Criminal Court Order

    An appeals court in New York determined that a family court now has the ability to grant custody to parents who have been banned from contacting their ...

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  • Determining Home State Jurisdiction in Child Custody Cases

    The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA) governs the jurisdiction of state courts' to make and modify any "child custody ...

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