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DIVORCE BEFORE OR DURING RETIREMENT The rate of divorce among those over the age of 55 is increasing dramatically, having doubled since 1990. While the number of those getting re-married later in life is increasing, those in second marriages are also 2½ times more likely to get divorced. While all divorces bring their own challenges,…

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Update: On August 21, the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals, based in Manhattan and covering federal courts in New York, Connecticut and Vermont, granted a stay of the preliminary injunction discussed below, upon a motion filed on behalf of the State. This stay effectively lifts the preliminary injunction which itself lifted the 50-person limit for…

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There are many factors to contemplate when considering a divorce. Our divorce tips will help you be aware of the impact a divorce will have on you, your children, finances, taxes, insurance and property. Here are some key factors to consider before filing for divorce: Divorce Tips, No. 1: Consider your Options There are many ways to approach…

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DOCUMENTS ALL COLLEGE STUDENTS SHOULD HAVE At 18 years old, your recent high school graduate is an adult with a full array of legal rights. You may not have considered this because they’re still your child. If your son or daughter is preparing to travel to college in a few weeks (or even if classes…

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CHILD DAY CARE PROGRAMS NOW ELIGIBLE FOR STATE ASSISTANCE Governor Cuomo announced that $65 million in federal CARES Act funding is available for child care providers throughout New York State. The goal is to provide incentives for closed day care centers to reopen, and for centers that are still open to increase their capacity. $20…

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MODIFICATION OF CHILD SUPPORT AND CORONAVIRUS With private sector employment falling by over 22% in the Hudson Valley region from this time last year, it is anticipated that there will be a substantial increase in applications for modification of child support. Here are some thoughts to bear in mind if you have experienced a reduction…

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DURING COVID-19 Domestic violence is always a concern, but with people isolated together during the Covid-19 crisis, facing financial difficulties and work-related stresses, there has been a marked uptick in reports of domestic violence. New York State Police have reported a 15% increase of domestic violence calls from this time last year. To…

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GETTING MARRIED DURING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC?   Want to Get Married during the Coronavirus Pandemic?  Congratulations!  No need to go to the chapel or the clerk’s office. With public access to many town and city offices having been restricted due to the pandemic, couples seeking to get married this spring have had issues getting marriage licenses. …

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 CO-PARENTING DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC As the coronavirus continues to spread throughout our community, it has upended life in many ways. Here are some issues to be aware of if you are going through a divorce, or are co-parenting with a former partner or spouse in these troubled times. As of March 16, 2020, the…

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PRO’S AND CON’S OF BANKRUPTCY CHAPTER 7 DURING COVID-19 With many families already struggling to pay their bills, the Coronavirus pandemic is likely to result in a record high number of bankruptcy filings[1]. Even with direct payments from the federal government, a lot of people will be forced to borrow heavily from credit cards to…

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