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Family Court [New York City Locations]

We can represent you in all family court related matters in Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Manhattan, Bronx, Nassau and Westchester. Please contact us to see how we can help you protect your rights.

Child Support
In New York State, every custodial parent has the right to receive child support from the non-custodial parent. It does not matter if you were ever married to the non-custodial parent, whether they are employed or have a limited income. A child support order can be obtained in Family Court or alternatively in Supreme Court if a divorce has been filed.

Child Custody
Custody refers to your rights regarding your child. This means a determination of which parent the child will reside with primarily and which parent shall make important decisions on behalf of the child. One parent could be awarded sole custody or both parents could be awarded joint custody, depending on the circumstances. The parent that does not have residential custody has the right to seek visitation with the child. Custody and visitation orders can be obtained in the Family Court or alternatively in Supreme Court if a divorce has been filed.

Child Visitation Rights

Relocation

Abuse or Neglect

Parental Rights Termination

Paternity Hearing

Orders of Protection
In cases of domestic violence, the abused party can turn to the courts for help by asking for an Order of Protection preventing the abuser from harassing or coming near the victim. An Order of Protection can extend to the child of the relationship if the abuse in question affects the child as well. An Order of Protection can under most circumstances be obtained in Family Court, Criminal Court or alternatively in Supreme Court if a divorce has been filed.

Adoption

 

 

 
 
 
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