1. Helping a Child Adjust to Living in Two Homes Part 2

    Splitting a child's time between two home is a big adjustment for any child.  If you are splitting custody with your ex after your divorce, then your child will have to deal with some pretty big changes ahead. Splitting their time between two different house can be a difficult thing to deal with, but you'll be glad to know that there are things you can do to help your child adjust. Check out our …Read More

  2. Helping Your Child Adjust to Living in Two Homes

    Divorce can affect children in many ways.  A child whose parents are going through a divorce has to face many changes and adjustments, but one of the most difficult things to deal with is joint custody. Your child will go from living in one home with both of their parents to living in two homes. No matter how old your child is, this can certainly take some getting used to, but you'll be glad to k…Read More

  3. What are the Grounds for an Annulment?

    An annulment is one way to legally end a marriage, but not every marriage can be annulled. Many people seek annulments to avoid the stigma of getting a divorce. Also, Annulments are also often much less complicated than divorces, which makes them an attractive option for some couples. If you've already had a chance to read our previous blog, then you know that an annulment doesn't just legally end…Read More

  4. Divorces vs. Annulments

    Legally, there are two ways to end a marriage, through divorce or annulment. When you want to end your marriage, you don't have a whole lot of options at your disposal. You could either get a divorce or an annulment. Some might think that a legal separation is another option for ending a marriage, but in a separation, you are legally still married, even if you aren't living with the other person. …Read More

  5. The Basics of Child Support

    What exactly is child support?  Before we go into the basics of child support, you first need to understand exactly what it is. Child support is the money that the noncustodial parents pays to the custodial parent to support the child. The custodial parent is the parent that the child lives with the majority of the time, which is why child support is paid to them. Child support is designed to cov…Read More

  6. Understanding Law Guardians

    What is a Law Guardian? In visitation and custody disputes, a Law Guardian, sometimes called an attorney for the child, is often appointed by the court to serve as an advocate for the child or children involved. A Law Guardian's responsibility is to represent your child's wishes and best interests. Custody and visitation cases are determined by what's best for the kids, but they don't often show u…Read More

  7. Tips for an Amicable Divorce Part 2

    It's always good to strive for an amicable divorce, but it's easier said than done.  Happy couples don't normally get divorced, and when there is a conflict, it can be difficult to settle your divorce amicably. However, an amicable divorce is the best possible option for your kids, your finances and your time. But how do you divorce amicably? Check out our Hauppauge family law attorney's latest b…Read More

  8. Tips for an Amicable Divorce

    Going through a divorce is never easy, but it's a whole lot easier if the divorce is amicable.  Having an amicable divorce is good for all parties involved, especially if you have kids. Not only does an amicable divorce help to keep conflict out of your children's lives, it is also a great way to save both time and money during your divorce. However, there is probably a reason you are getting a d…Read More

  9. Tips for Talking to Your Children About Divorce Part 2

    Talking to your kids about your divorce can be one of the most difficult parts of the entire process. Whether your divorce is amicable or not, it will affect the lives of your children in many different ways, and it is never easy for kids to hear that their parents are getting divorced. That's why, in our last blog, our family law attorney in Hauppauge went over a few tips to help you talk to your…Read More

  10. Tips for Talking to Your Children About Divorce

    Going through a divorce is never easy. Divorce doesn't just affect the couple who is divorcing, it also affects their family, especially their kids. Divorce can change a child's whole life, which is why talking to them about divorce can be one of the most difficult parts of the entire process. However, there are certain things that you can do to make the entire process a bit easier for all parties…Read More