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When getting remarried, many consider prenuptial agreements

Many individuals in New York who have been married before may now be considering getting remarried. If so, they are not alone. In 2013, around four in 10 of all marriages included one partner who had previously been married, while two in 10 were between individuals who had both been married before, according to a recent Pew Research Center study. Whether getting married for the first time or getting remarried, prenuptial agreements are often figured into the plan.

Changing jobs and child support modifications

When non-custodial parents change jobs, the amount of child support they are responsible for does not change automatically to reflect their new salary. However, parents in this situation are able to petition the court to modify the child support order once they have transitioned to their new job. When New York parents find themselves in this particular situation, they typically choose to consult an experienced divorce attorney to assist them with the process of obtaining child support modifications.

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