Articles by Barbara King

Family Court case backlog growing during COVID-19 crisis

Beefed-up unemployment benefits that the US government is doling out in the coronavirus crisis are so generous they’re encouraging many recipients to stay home from The social…

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COVID-19 and Your Custody Orders

With the current COVID-19 Pandemic many states, New York included, have declared a state of emergency and imposed restrictions and containment protocols affecting everyone. Many…

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Pension Orders and Divorce: Secure interests at the time of your agreement or divorce

Most divorcing couples know that a pension acquired in whole or in part during a marriage, is in fact a marital asset just like their house, and as such, is subject to…

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Tully Rinckey PLLC Partner Recognized by YWCA NorthEastern NY

Tully Rinckey PLLC is pleased to announce that Partner Barbara King has been recognized by YWCA NorthEastern NY with a 2019 Women of Achievement Award. The Women of Achievement…

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Take back what’s yours: Name change after divorce

Whether married for a few years or many, divorcing spouses often ask “can I change my name once I am divorced?” or “can I force my spouse to drop my last name after we are…

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Domestic violence plays large factor in outcomes of family, matrimonial cases

Domestic violence occurs across all races, ages and socio-economic statuses, and the majority of individuals involved will likely, at some point, find themselves dealing with the…

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Grandparent’s rights to visitation: Or not?

By now many are aware that New York State allows grandparents to petition for the right to have visitation with their grandchildren (Domestic Relations Law Section 72). And to do…

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Family wants law to protect children

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – A push for change two weeks after a baby boy was found dead behind a Schenectady apartment. Relatives and family friends say little Rayen…

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Children’s passports–what are your obligations?

It is not uncommon for separated or divorced parents to share what is called joint legal custody. Joint legal custody has nothing to do with where the children live or how much…

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The Ink is Dry, but is the Deal Done?

You have worked long and hard and put a lot of thought and compromise into your Separation or Divorce agreement. You and your lawyer crafted each article carefully and defined…

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