My divorce is in New York State Supreme Court. One issue is making further judgments in connection with provisions of the (to be issued) divorce judgment. Issues can be about child custody, parenting time and child support. I want to avoid going to Family Court for any modifications necessary in the future. Is there any legal basis to ask that Supreme Court retain jurisdiction, to the exclusion of Family Court, over any matters arise in connection with provisions of my divorce judgment?
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