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Mark Claude Chauvin-Bezinque

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  • Child Support Modification and 50/50 custody

    My ex and I just agreed to 50/50 custody. Our two children to be with me Monday & Tuesday and Wednesday & Thursday with him. We will alternate every other weekend. Previously, both our children was with me every night and every other weekend and w...

    Mark’s Answer

    The standard for modifying child support orders is different whether your order was the result of an agreement or by a court order after a hearing or trial. You may resolve child support between yourselves with the assistance of experienced attorneys.

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  • Hi, I'm 22 My child is 3 yrs old and her father and I have been separated since January 2010

    I currently am engaged & would like to move out of new york he only has her on sundays at 4 pm to tuesday mornings at 8 am i pick her up from school he pays daycare and nothing else what should i do ?

    Mark’s Answer

    You need to file an action in Family Court to seek permission to relocate. You will need to show how the relocation is in the child's best interests and that the relationship between the child and non-relocating parent will be protected despite the move.

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  • Need information on how to get a quick and inexpensive,

    15 years ago, January 1996, my husband left. We never legally separated or divorced. We are both from Buffalo, NY. He paid $100 per week child support from 1996 to when our daughter turned 18 years old. Our daughter is now 23 and lives on her ow...

    Mark’s Answer

    If you are able to work out the issues with your spouse, you or your husband can take a summary of your arrangement to an experienced attorney who will represent one of you and prepare the necessary paperwork. Once you get the paperwork from that attorney, the unrepresented party should then review it with an attorney before signing anything. It doesn't have to be expensive, but it's best that you both fully understand what you're agreeing to.

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