Child Custody

When can a parent relocate with a child?

Parental relocation is a significant concern for divorced and unmarried parents. It is important for parents to understand the circumstances when a parent can relocate and how the process of requesting to relocate works. The basics of parental relocation Relocation...

Rights of unmarried fathers

When married parents in New York get divorced, they expect to come to a child custody arrangement with one another that firs their situation. While some parents might find that joint physical and legal custody works best for them, others might use another strategy. At...

Child custody: physical vs. legal

Addressing child custody may seem like an easy endeavor, but it can actually be quite complicated. Emotions are often intensified during custody disputes can give rise to difficult arguments which could potentially cause the subject child's interests to get lost in...

Is sole custody possible

When getting divorced, it is not uncommon to have hard feelings toward your soon-to-be ex-spouse. In many cases, parents feel as though they should have sole custody of their children, and many times this desire is borne from an honest want not to ever have to deal...

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