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It's back to school time for divorced New York families

It's back to school time for divorced New York families. Just when it seems as if you and your co-parent establish a routine regarding child custody and support, something comes along to cause disruption. Your kids returning to school for the year is an example of such a disruption. After all of your hard work establishing balance with your co-parent, you must once again change things up for school.

Tips for improving communication with your co-parent

When severe problems point to divorce, people often dream of complete disconnection from their spouse. They may look forward to a divorce's conclusion just so that they do not have to deal with their ex anymore. However, when children are involved, total disconnection is not possible for New York parents.

Is your co-parent misusing your child support payments?

Family courts in New York do not typically monitor how a parent uses the other parent's child support payments. As you might imagine, tracking these expenditures would be difficult or impossible. It would also compromise the efficiency of a court system already clogged with divorce, child custody and support issues.

How does New York enforce child support obligations?

All states have laws governing how noncustodial parents must handle their child support obligations, and New York is no exception. Because child custody and support are important issues, no divorce in the state is final until negotiations regarding these matters are complete.

How do New York courts determine the best interests of the child?

If you are divorcing with children for the first time, you will hear a lot of terms that you may have never heard before. One of these terms is the "best interests of the child," and it plays a very important role in child custody and support determinations.

The state can help you find work if you can't pay support

Finding and keeping steady work in New York can be a challenge. When you have children to support, it hurts everyone when you cannot get a job. Going a step further, when parents tasked with paying child support are unemployed, the damage runs even deeper.

Here's what your kids will ask you about your divorce

Breaking the news about your divorce to your children requires a delicate, complex conversation. You need to plan it out in advance. Things like where you have the conversation, how the kids are feeling and whether the whole family is together are very important.

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