What Do Courts Look at When They Don’t Believe Your Reported Income?

There are enough people playing enough games with their finances during a divorce or other legal proceedings that the courts have become jaded and less trusting about people’s reported income, and they will often look into a person’s financial dealings to make sure they’re not being lied to. In many of those situations, a person […]

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What Does the Free College Bill Do for People Getting Divorced or Dealing With Child Support?

New York state high school students who are looking for a break for college are in luck. Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a budget bill this year that gives free college tuition to New York students attending the CUNY or SUNY schools, as long as their family’s income is not over $100,000 this year. Next year, […]

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Want to End Your Marriage in New York? Here’s What You Need to Know

Couples who are considering divorce have many issues to consider, from the requirements to filing for divorce, to division of property, to custody of their children. Since the laws governing divorce vary from state-to-state, it can be difficult for couples to know how their state’s laws will impact their family as they transition through a […]

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