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Attention deficit disorder and child custody arrangements

Those who get divorced from someone who has attention deficit disorder (ADD) or the closely-linked ADHD, may find that the issues that they had dealing with that person do not come to an end just because a marriage does. In fact, there are some ways in which the disorder can be harder to deal with after splitting up, especially when it comes to child custody arrangements. It is important to keep a few things in mind while looking into the legal side of setting up an arrangement that will work in New York.

Former Knick Felton finalizes divorce settlement

A former player for the New York Knicks has finally settled his bitter divorce, with negotiations in the matter ending on July 3. The player, Raymond Felton, had been embroiled in a difficult divorce case with his 26-year-old ex-wife. The couple was able to pursue a settlement outside of court, but specifics of the agreement have not been released.

Divorce can create havoc with retirement plans

In past decades, it was rare to see older couples file for divorce. However, since 1990, among couples age 50 and older in the United States, the divorce rate has doubled, according to statistics provided by Bowling Green State University's National Center for Family and Marriage Research in Ohio.

Basketball star George involved in child custody dispute

Even celebrities have to deal with paternity cases. All-star basketball player Paul George is seeking additional confirmation that he is the father of a New York woman's child; if that is determined the be the case, the man says that he will seek sole custody of the youngster. George, who plays for the Indiana Pacers basketball team, is seeking independent verification of paternity in the child custody case before any additional steps are taken.

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