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Blog Posts in 2014

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  • 2014 Changes in New York State Divorce Laws
    2014 Changes in New York State Divorce Laws

    2014 ushered in several changes to laws in New York State regarding divorce, custody, and maintenance issues . These changes pertaining to family law are primarily intended to support families that ...

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  • Why You Want to Treat Your Children Well during the Divorce Process
    Why You Want to Treat Your Children Well during the Divorce Process

    The process of divorce is difficult for everyone, but perhaps nobody in the family is as affected by the transition as your children. Children are innocent bystanders in divorce and are at risk for ...

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  • Talking with Friends and Family about Your Separation - What to Say and When to Say It
    Talking with Friends and Family about Your Separation - What to Say and When to Say It

    Separating from your spouse is difficult, but it can be even more so without the support of family and friends. Unfortunately, because spouses often share friendships, things can get dicey. Explaining ...

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  • What Happens if a Spouse Loses a Job after a Divorce Settlement?
    What Happens if a Spouse Loses a Job after a Divorce Settlement?

    Divorce settlements are intended to be final, but sometimes life interferes with an existing arrangement. Just as things change when you are married, changes can occur when you are divorced. For ...

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  • The Divorce is Final - What Now?
    The Divorce is Final - What Now?

    Many newly divorced individuals experience a let-down or depression following their divorce. Even if they handled their emotions well during the process, they are now faced with starting new and they ...

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  • How Nanny Cams and Tracking Devices Can Benefit Your Side of the Divorce Proceedings
    How Nanny Cams and Tracking Devices Can Benefit Your Side of the Divorce Proceedings

    Often in divorce proceedings, parents are concerned about the care of their children. They know it may not be in their child’s best interest to spend time with the other parent or a care giver, but ...

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