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December 2016 Archives

Understanding the types of parental visitation

When you're negotiating child custody and visitation rights during a divorce, you'll likely hear some terms with which you were previously unfamiliar. It's essential that you understand what they mean so that you and your attorney can fight for what you believe is best for your child.

Fighting for child custody as a transgender person

Despite the advances for gay people in recent years, these more open attitudes and legal rights haven't always transmitted to transgender people. Parents who transition to another gender can wind up having to fight for their child custody and visitation rights if the relationship with the co-parent ends. This is particularly true for parents who aren't the biological or legal parent of a child.

How this year's divorce will impact your taxes

As the year comes to an end, some people are starting to think about next April's tax deadline. For those whose divorce became final in 2016 and even for those still in the divorce process, there are some important things you need to be aware of. Failure to accurately report changes in your family situation could result in costly penalties.

Judge: New York woman's Facebook divorce notice doesn't count

We live an ever-increasing amount of our lives online. People often communicate with business associates, friends and family without speaking to or even seeing them. More people than ever are working and conducting business of all kinds online.

Complex financial issues that may affect your child support order

Every parent has an obligation to financially support his or her children until they reach adulthood. When two parents do not live together or choose to end their marriage, the non-custodial parent will likely be required to pay support to the custodial parent for the care of the children.

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