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Child Custody, Visitation and Support in New York

The issues in this book are those that are of the most importance to any separated or divorced parent. Learn the laws about custody and visitation in New York and find out how to get what you are entitled to. Child support is a very important issue and the book explains how to ask for it, defend against it, have it modified and collect it. Courtroom procedures are explained in detail as the book takes you through all of the steps involved in each kind of case. You will be introduced to all of the personnel you will deal with and learn how to speak and act in a courtroom. The book explains how to gather and organize evidence and present your case. All the forms you need are included. The extensive appendices offer resources, relevant laws, lists of contact people and information on free legal assistance. This book is a complete handbook for anyone facing a custody or support case in NY.

 


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