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Tagged: Christine F. Redfield


‘Children’s Bill of Rights in Divorce’ can help limit negative effects on kids

Experts estimate that today’s divorce rate stands between 42 percent and 45 percent, slightly lower than the peak years of the 1990s and 2000s, when one in two marriages…

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Child Support Deviations: What They Are, What They Do and How Do You Get One

As many separating couples with children know, child support in New York is subject to a mathematical formula. But just because there is a formula to determine the amount of child…

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What does child support actually support?

Determination of child support is a key aspect of divorce and Family Court support proceedings involving children. But what exactly is that child support award supposed to cover…

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Let’s Go to the Video: Modern Technology and Youth Crimes

Police body camera footage is an increasingly important piece of evidence in criminal type cases. This goes for both the prosecution, in Family Court known as the Presentment…

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