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Black letter law is that to change a child support Order, the person seeking a modification must show a substantial and continuing change of circumstances. But what is the standard

Continue Reading If No Child Support Order Exists, You Don’t Need to Show a Change of Circumstances to Establish Child Support

Litigating cases involving a prenuptial agreement can be frustrating at times. When prenups are done right, there is proper disclosure, both parties have counsel or acknowledge that they had a

Continue Reading Court Rejects Predictable Arguments on Setting Aside a Prenup, and on Summary Judgment No Less!

I started reading C.G. v. D.W., an unreported (non-precedential) Appellate Division case released on March 1, 2024, sucked in by the opening sentence about the court’s denial of an intra-state

Continue Reading Custody Decision Vacated Over Failure to Interview 10 Year Old To Find Out His Preference

Alimony is generally modifiable if a substantial and continuing change of circumstances can be shown. Typically, when we think about changes of circumstances in this regard, we generally look at

Continue Reading Changes in Parenting Responsibilities Can Be a Change of Circumstances to Increase Alimony