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Setting up a will and estate plan is a crucial aspect of responsible financial and life planning. Here are several reasons why it’s important to have a will and estate set up: Distribution of Assets: Control Over Distribution: A will allows you to specify how your assets should be distributed among your beneficiaries. Without a...
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There are several factors, Courts use to determine how parties will share custody of their children. Today we will take a quick glance at the issues and topics related to child custody. What is child custody? There are two types of custody. The first type of custody is Sole Custody. Sole Custody is reserved for...
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Determining Child Custody.  In custody actions, there are several factors the Court uses to determine how the parties will have custody of their children. Today we will examine the age of the children and the parties’ living situations. Finally, we review the need to provide continuity and stability as determining factors.  Age of the Children: ...
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The coronavirus pandemic has affected virtually every aspect of American life. From grocery shopping to going to school to Coparenting. While it hasn’t been easy on anyone, those with a joint custody arrangement are facing more hurdles than most. Since every family’s situation is unique, there’s no standard approach for handling parenting plans as long...
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The spread of COVID-19 and our country’s response to it have impacted American lives in countless ways. Everything from buying groceries to educating children has been modified in an attempt to protect society as a whole. Unfortunately for those in the midst of divorce, legal proceedings have not been immune to the changing times. Whether...
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As part of New York Pause, Family Courts are closed in all counties in New York. Each Court is taking Abuse and Neglect cases brought by the Department of Social Services and serious Juvenile Delinquency proceedings. In Erie County, domestic violence matters are processed at the Family Justice Center. They are available at 716 558...
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If you and your ex cannot agree on a custody arrangement, your case may end up in front of a judge. During the ensuing proceedings, the judge will attempt to determine the best interests of the children by asking both parties a series of questions during a child custody hearing. While there’s no way to...
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Being a single parent isn’t easy. Even with regular child support payments, raising kids in a one-income household can be stressful. And if those payments stop, it may be downright impossible to cover the necessities. If your ex has fallen behind on child support, you may be tempted to bar him or her from seeing...
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Ending a marriage is never easy, but it can be especially challenging when there are children involved. In fact, it’s not uncommon for parents to postpone filing for divorce until their kids have grown up and moved out of the house. While it’s certainly understandable why some couples opt to stay married even if they’re...
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It’s a common misconception that only the incredibly wealthy need to worry about prenuptial agreements. The truth is that a carefully drafted prenup can protect your financial security, ensure that you and your spouse are on the same page regarding financial matters, and much more. At the end of the day, signing a prenup provides...
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