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Child Custody, Visitation and Support in New York (Legal Survival Guides)

ISBN: 9781572481930
Publisher: Sphinx Publishing
Edition: 1
Publication Date: 2002-06-01
Number of pages: 288
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GUIDE TO CUSTODY, SUPPORT, AND VISITATION RIGHTS IN NEW YORK

Are you having trouble collecting child support? Do you want to get custody of your
children? Do you want to seek child support but don't know how? The answers to
your questions may lie in this book.

Whether you are divorced, still married and can't afford a divorce right now or
have never been married to the other parent of your children, this book will tell you how to
get or modify custody or visitation of your children and how to ask for, defend against, modify
and enforce child support. The book contains all the forms you need with easy to follow
explanations and also helps guide you through New York's Family Court. The book contains
extensive appendices that give you important information such as lists of supervised visitation
programs, local bar associations, legal aid associations and family courts, charts to help
you easily determine child support and resources to help you cope.

This book explains in simple language:
--getting custody or visitation in New York
--understanding New York court procedure
--modifying a custody, visitation, or support order
--taking action in case of parental kidnapping or abuse
--finding an attorney, even when you cannot afford one
--working with an attorney
--gathering, organizing and presenting evidence
--testifying and calling witnesses
--defending a child support case
--understanding child support calculations in New York
--finding and understanding New York law
--filing a custody suit and presenting it in court
--determining paternity
--getting sole or joint custody
--collecting and enforcing overdue child support
--working with the judge and reaching settlements
--coping with it all
--dealing with interstate law if the other parent is out of state

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