Last February 2013, a New York Father was awarded sole custody after a Mother utilized Facebook to “insult and demean” her ten year old child. The Court found that Father was “more able to provide a stable and nurturing environment” for the children, citing Mother’s “inappropriate use of the Internet and lack of remorse or […]
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A Marital Settlement Agreement (or “MSA”) is essentially a contract between a divorced couple that memorializes the division of property and debt. The document also allows the parties to include almost anything they desire in the agreement, such as who will provide support for adult children. The MSA is usually incorporated into the final judgment […]
Few non-lawyers realize that divorce proceedings can make the parties involved vulnerable to criminal punishment. Each time that a judge makes an order about child custody, spousal support, child support, or anything else, the parties are required to comply. If a party does not comply with one of the orders, the opposing party can file […]