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Common-Law Marriages in NY

Common-law marriage is the concept that if a couple lives together for long enough (some say seven years, although the defined amount of time varies from state or state or is not defined), they are automatically considered legally married and should be treated as such for tax purposes, next-of-kin situations, inheritance, and other legal reasons.

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Grandparents’ Rights in NY

Child custody and visitation cases have a reputation for causing drama and contention. In an age where the stereotypical family model of a two-parent household is hardly the norm anymore, there may be a number of adult figures that have an interest in contributing to a child’s wellbeing.

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Divorce

Child Support

Child Custody

Mother's Rights

Father's Rights

Prenuptial & Post-Nuptial Agreements