Blog Posts in June, 2013

  • Can I Get a Child Support Modification?

    || 27-Jun-2013

    Child support orders are made at the time of the divorce and may have been adequate and doable for your situation at that point. Unfortunately, financial situations change and the needs of children also change over time. If you need some sort of modification done to your current child support order, get in touch with a Staten Island divorce attorney from The Law Offices of Adelola Sheralynn Dow. A ...
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  • What Is the Process of an Uncontested Divorce in New York?

    || 21-Jun-2013

    An uncontested divorce can be much easier and quicker than a contested divorce. In an uncontested divorce both spouses have to agree on every issue in their divorce. For an uncontested divorce to occur, one spouse will receive divorce papers and he or she can either choose to sign them or contest certain matters in the papers. If the spouse signs the papers and sends them back then that means they ...
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  • How is Child Support Determined in Staten Island, NY?

    || 5-Jun-2013

    New York has child support standards and the amounts are calculated following the Child Support Standards Act (CSSA) along with domestic relations laws and family court acts. Generally non-custodial parents have to pay a "basic child support obligation" unless the court determines it inappropriate for a unique situation. This basic obligation is found by multiplying the parental income ...
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