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December 2015 Archives

Time limits of child support

When a child reaches the age of 18, child support ends in most states. In New York, however, the cut-off age -- also known as the age of majority -- for child support payments is 21. The age of majority is the established legal age in state law when a child is no longer considered a minor and is capable of making some legal decisions by him or herself. In addition, a court may even direct a parent to contribute to the child's education.

Dealing with the family home in divorce, P.2

In our last post, we began looking at the issue of dividing the family home in divorce. As we noted last time, one of the important issues parties need to sort out when dealing with the family home is who wants to take the property, and whether the party or parties who want to take the property can afford to either buy out the other party or obtain a mortgage in their own name.

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