There are times when divorce is the best possible option for a relationship. Ending a marriage can be tough, and even more so when there is trouble settling differences and ironing out the details. An equitable divorce settlement agreement (DSA) is always our goal at Williamson, Clune & Stevens. Our experienced divorce lawyers in Ithaca and Syracuse are skilled negotiators …
Americans are still discovering the far-reaching consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, and some of the most significant involve divorce and matrimonial law. New dynamics have arisen that redefine marital and family relationships and struggles. Stress is at an all-time high while, for many, financial resources are at an all-time low. Williamson, Clune & Stevens, a matrimonial law firm in Ithaca, …
The COVID-19 pandemic has made it difficult to meet financial obligations, including marital and child support payments.
With the holidays approaching, how you do deal with child custody issues during holiday celebrations with COVID-19 looming over everything?
Tumultuous divorces are especially tiring, and you may be tempted to simply give up to your spouse’s demands just to bring an end to the process. This is often a serious mistake.
When your divorce proceedings make it necessary to appear before a New York State family court, it is important to remember certain things that may reflect favorably on you.
Williamson, Clune & Stevens is ready and able to serve your needs for Family Law services, including crafting and filing petitions for changes in your support, custody and visitation agreements.
Many families are faced with the dilemma of a noncustodial parent being unable to meet their support obligations due to unemployment.
New York families with divorced parents of young children have faced particular challenges regarding child custody, visitation and financial support obligations.
Family courts across New York State will likely see a rise in custody cases as a result of COVID-19.
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