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  • Questions About Visitation Rights in Long Island
    Questions About Visitation Rights in Long Island

    Though any divorce can be contentious, perhaps the most questions, anxieties, and battles swirl around the issue of child custody. At the Meyers Law Group, we understand how close this issue is to ...

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  • Don't Let Divorce Ruin Your Retirement
    Don't Let Divorce Ruin Your Retirement

    As more and more people divorce during mid-life, more and more people are facing increased apprehension about their retirement. According to an ING U.S. study, it was found that divorcees had $11,000 ...

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  • What If My Spouse Won't Sign the Divorce Papers?
    What If My Spouse Won't Sign the Divorce Papers?

    If you have duly served your spouse with divorce papers, then he or she has 30 days to respond. If he or she refuses to sign the papers, then that spouse is in default. This practically means that ...

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  • Joint Custody: When Is It Actually Ideal?
    Joint Custody: When Is It Actually Ideal?

    When it comes to awarding custody, a judge will be looking at what the best interests of the child are. Normally speaking, a court will presume that joint custody is ideal for the child, and many ...

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  • What the Best Interests of the Child Means in New York
    What the Best Interests of the Child Means in New York

    When it comes to determining the custody of a child, New York courts have the freedom to take the entire context into account and decide for themselves what is best for the child. There are no strict ...

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  • How a Court Decides Maintenance in a Long Island Divorce
    How a Court Decides Maintenance in a Long Island Divorce

    First off, you may not need to have a court decide whether or not there will be maintenance (also called alimony ). You and your spouse may be able to arrive at a decision yourselves and file it with ...

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