Perhaps no other subject can be quite as troublesome as determining custody of a child or children during a divorce. The child or children in question are flesh and blood, descendants of both parents and loved without question. Regardless of the disagreements between parents, both parties want the absolute best for their children. The problem arises when both parties disagree …
Going back to work post COVID-19 is creating custody and visitation issues for divorced couples.
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 …
When the shadow of divorce threatens, you need counsel and guidance from seasoned attorneys.
While the holidays usually bring more a sense of unity and family, the repercussions of COVID-19 have especially affected New York marriages.
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 all the signs point to the inevitability of divorce, there are some things you should do to get prepared.
Child custody concerns have always been at the forefront of New York Family Court deliberations and rulings, but COVID-19 and the resulting restrictions have added a new layer of complexity that the courts are only beginning to uncover.
Williamson, Clune & Stevens, family law and divorce lawyers in Syracuse, warns clients and potential clients to expect changes to New York Family Courts post COVID-19.
This forced interaction and containment could have adverse effects on many families.
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