Author Archives: faisal

Divorce Process in Ny

Detailed Insight into the Divorce Process in New York

What is more difficult than breaking a marriage itself is legally dissolving a marriage agreement. The divorce process in NY can be gruesome and tricky, but with the right legal guidance and knowledge, each step can be made easier. It is understandable how overwhelming the sound of divorce is, but trust me if you take […]

How to Have an Amicable Divorce

How to Have an Amicable Divorce: A Step-by-Step Guide

How to Have an Amicable Divorce? Like most people, you may also believe that “amicable” and “divorce” shouldn’t be used in the same sentence.  Divorce, by definition, signifies that two people have decided they no longer want to be together and are moving apart. This would not be the case if they lived in a […]

How to Get a Quick Divorce in New York

How to Get a Quick Divorce in New York?

How to Get a Quick Divorce in New York? Divorce is the legal process that dissolves a marriage and any other contractual obligations between spouses. It is a stressful and emotional process, even if it is uncontested.  “Uncontested” means that your spouse will consent to the divorce, and you won’t need to go to court. […]

How to Terminate Child Support in New york

How to Terminate Child Support in New york

The Child Support policy devised under NY courts requires the ex-spouses to provide for the child’s well-being even after a divorce. This continues until the minor reaches 21 years of age or is granted “emancipation” under other circumstances. But exactly how to terminate child support in NY? A divorce process is soul-shattering for spouses, but […]

Who Has Custody Of A Child If There Is No Court Order

Who Has Custody Of A Child If There Is No Court Order

Children are the worst victims of a divorce. Family laws under NY State legislation are designed to promote the “best interest of the child” by giving custody through a legally issued court order.  But who has custody of a child if there is no court order? If there is no court order, New York state […]