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Congressman Sanford cites post-divorce modifications for split

Those who are selected to represent the citizens in government are expected to live by a certain standard. While there is no shortage of marital strife and divorce in the high-pressure world of politics, difficulties related to post-divorce modifications are not frequently discussed. However, these issues do come up -- even here in New York -- and they require time and attention to be resolved appropriately. 

U.S. Supreme Court has intervened in family, child custody cases

In most situations, cases involving family law matters are handled within the family's jurisdiction and do not require input from the federal court system. However, there have been a few cases where the U.S. Supreme Court has intervened in child custody and divorce cases. In spite of the rarity, when the top court has been involved, the decisions have sometimes brought changes, even here in New York.

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