How to Prepare for a Child Custody Evaluation

Child custody evaluations are a critical component of many family law cases, and being well-prepared for this process is essential to ensuring a favorable outcome for you and your children. In this comprehensive guide, we will explore the various asp… Read More
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How Can Bankruptcy Impact…

How Can Bankruptcy Impact Child Support?

Filing for bankruptcy can be difficult, and it has a wide range of financial implications. For example, many people don’t consider how their bankruptcy filing might impact their child support payments. In this blog, Duke Law Firm, P.C. will exp… Read More
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Steps in Divorce Process and Divorce Procedure

PART THREE In my last article, I discussed what happens when the defendant fails to respond to the Summons with Notice or Summons and Complaint. We now turn to what happens with the defendant responds by filing a Notice of Appearance or Answer. If th… Read More
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How Do I Know That My Chi…

How Do I Know That My Child is Struggling With Divorce?

Divorce is a complex and challenging process for any family involved. It can be especially challenging for children who may not understand why their parents are splitting up or how to express the feelings that come along with it. Fortunately, there a… Read More
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Why is it Important to Le…

Why is it Important to Leave Kids out of Conflict During Divorce?

Divorce can be a difficult, stressful situation for all involved. Couples often face difficult conversations and challenging decisions that must be made during the divorce process. Unfortunately, that conflict between spouses can easily trickle down… Read More
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How to Compromise as Pare…

How to Compromise as Parents After Divorce

If you’re a parent going through a divorce, you’re probably feeling a range of emotions: anger, sadness, confusion, and anxiety. It’s normal to feel this way. However, it’s important to remember that despite the challenges you… Read More
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What Are The Benefits of…

What Are The Benefits of Conflict Parenting Coaching?

After a divorce, it can be a real challenge to continue working with your ex-spouse to parent children. However, it is important to understand that children greatly benefit from having both parents play active roles in their lives. If you find that y… Read More
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What Is Conflict Parentin…

What Is Conflict Parenting Coaching?

Going through a divorce is tough for anyone. However, it is especially difficult for parents and their children. It is not uncommon for parents to encounter issues or challenges during or after their divorce. It can be difficult to overcome communica… Read More
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What Can I Expect During…

What Can I Expect During A Contested Divorce?

When it comes to divorce in New York, there are two main types to consider: contested and uncontested. In an uncontested divorce, both parties have come to an agreement about the terms. However, this isn’t always possible. If a married couple c… Read More
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Contested vs. Uncontested Divorce: The Differences

There are two types of divorce in New York: contested and uncontested. In a contested divorce, the parties cannot agree on the terms of the settlement, and so the case goes to court. In an uncontested divorce, both parties have already agreed on all… Read More
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