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What to do if Your Marriage Does not Work
Few situations are as stressful as a family breakup. Everyone involved needs as much sympathy and support as friends and family can muster. Often spouses feel that a separation to give the parties time to think about future action whether to move forward with a divorce or to seek counseling or reconciliation is an effective way to deal with marital difficulties.
Grounds for Divorce in New York State
In the event you have marital difficulties it is important to get legal advice early. We understand the turmoil and emotional distress caused by marital difficulties and we are very sensitive to the problems faced by families in these situations.
Should you feel you are entitled to child support or if you are in the position where legal action has been taken against you in the Family Court to obtain child support, it is essential that you consult with an attorney regarding your legal rights and responsibilities. Feel free to call us should you have any questions regarding matrimonial or Family Court matters.
The New York court requires that divorcing spouses attend a preliminary conference, at which the parties try to decide occupancy of the marital home, daily care for any children and payment of expenses. At the conference, the spouses also discuss exchanging of the following information that includes net worth statements, appraisals of pensions and real estate, interrogatories (formal written questions), and the taking of depositions.
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