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How to proceed when a parental relocation plan is in the future

Once the divorce dust has settled and each parent has come to an agreement concerning their child's custody, many families work to establish a regular routine. It may then come as a shock when one party announces that he or she has decided to make a major change. While each state has its own laws regarding a parental relocation, there are likely many families in New York that have faced this situation.

In difficult child custody cases, parenting class may offer help

Couples who are in the midst of a divorce are often so emotionally overwrought that it is difficult to focus on their children. In some cases, there is so much animosity toward one another, the child custody issue becomes a game of one- upmanship. Some New York families may find themselves in this situation right now.

What do you do if domestic abuse has become an issue for you?

Relationships are often the backbone that gives our lives meaning and purpose. Unfortunately, domestic abuse is an ongoing problem in New York and other jurisdictions. What do you do if you have been a victim of this type of violence or of you are facing unfounded accusations of such behavior?

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