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Differences in parental rights for unmarried parents in New York

For many divorcing New York couples, child custody is their number one legal concern. Child custody and visitation rights may get even more complicated and difficult, however, for unmarried parents. And while many studies have attempted to demonstrate the benefits of parenting time and parental involvement from both the mother and the father, it's sadly often the father who suffers a lack of parental legal rights.

Some financial tips when considering a divorce in New York

Whether it is due to extra stress around the holidays or simply wanting to start the new year off with a clean slate, more individuals file for divorce in January than at any other time during the year. However, while divorce can mean a new start, it is not something to rush through, as there are a lot of financial aspects to consider. When a resident of New York decides that he or she is ready to legally separate from a spouse, there are a few financial issues it can be beneficial to remember.

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