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Blog Posts in April, 2010

  • Questions About Paternity Testing

    || 7-Apr-2010

    Does the mother have to be involved in the paternity test? It is possible to conduct a paternity test without the participation of the child's mother. However, when the mother is involved it makes the testing process much easier. It should be mentioned that some courts require the mother's consent and participation during the testing. What if the father is dead or missing? Can a test still ...
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  • Benefits of a Prenuptial/Postnuptial Agreement

    || 5-Apr-2010

    If you are planning to get married, you and your fiancé should consider speaking with an attorney at our firm about drafting a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement. Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements serve the exact same purpose, the only difference being that prenuptial agreements are filed before a couple gets married while a postnuptial agreement is created and filed after the ...
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  • Grounds for Divorce in New York

    || 2-Apr-2010

    In New York, couples who wish to file for divorce must have legal grounds that justify ending their marriage. These grounds attribute fault to either one or both parties for the dissolution of the marriage. Acceptable grounds for divorce in New York include: Adultery Cruel, abusive or inhumane treatment Incarceration in jail or prison for at least three years Physical abandonment for at least one ...
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  • Welcome To Our Long Island Divorce Blog

    || 1-Apr-2010

    At Meyers Law Group, PC, we are pleased to announce the launch of our new divorce and family law blog. This blog will feature news, information, and articles that pertain to New York family law or in some way affect or benefit our clients involved in a divorce or family law case. We invite you to check back often for the latest news and information, as we will be blogging regularly to keep our ...
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