Chappaqua Divorce / Separation Lawyer.
Answered 12 months ago.
What does your settlement agreement or judgment of divorce say? Without those documents it's impossible to be certain. Show them to a local attorney.
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Answered about 2 years ago.
The issues of adoption aren't just age related - the real question is where are their parents... and why do you want to legally adopt? You should discuss these in detail with a local attorney.
Answered about 2 months ago.
Not usually. The Findings of Fact state it. But it's not usually included in the Judgment.
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No, you can't file a criminal case. Get a divorce. That's in Supreme, not Family Court. You'll need a lawyer, in all probability. You won't need her help.
Answered 8 months ago.
Yes. They're called lawyers. Others are simply pretending.
Answered 9 months ago.
Date of original publication is the only date that matters in a statute of limitations discussion.
Answered 11 months ago.
No, you can not get a new trial unless you file and win an appeal. You have 30 days from Notice of Entry to file Notice of Appeal - and going pro se is a very unlikely path to success.
Unrelated to libel...
Answered about 1 year ago.
That depends upon the circumstances. If he can't afford to pay for the half share the Court could require that it be sold.
No - a separation is no longer necessary in New York. Child support is calculated based on a percentage of the non custodial parent's income. Spousal support - what is often called alimony - requires a more complicated analysis.