Child support is money that is typically paid from the non-custodial parent to the custodial parent (or, the parent with whom the child lives most of the time) to cover the expenses of caring for the child or children. This can include health insurance and medical/dental costs, education costs, food, clothing and other necessities, and even childcare if the custodial …
You may be familiar with the phrase, “Ignorance of the law is no excuse” from popular legal shows on television. This phrase basically means that you cannot claim “I didn’t know that was illegal” as an adequate defense when charged with a crime. But, for the purposes of this article, Williamson, Clune & Stevens, a family law firm in Ithaca, …
Going back to work post COVID-19 is creating custody and visitation issues for divorced couples.
As COVID-19 restrictions are eased across the country and The Empire State, residents can expect positive impacts on the Family Courts. As you well know, severe backlogs and waiting periods have resulted from the long period of mandated court closures across New York. These setbacks have caused significant delays and other problems. Williamson, Clune & Stevens, family law attorneys in …
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.
A major component to any court case is accurate documentation. The court will demand reliable documentation to authenticate your claims and support your case.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profoundly unsettling effect on practically every area of society, and that includes marriages.
Fast forward to the beginning of a new school year and we are still coming to grips with the correct measures to live life and still combat the coronavirus.
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.
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