What is the Difference Between Contested and Uncontested Divorce?

Divorces can be overwhelming and complex. They are also heavily dependant on the circumstances of each couple. If you and your spouse have or have not made agreements to the terms of your marriage, you can be in either a contested or uncontested divorce. Contact The Law Office of Peter L. Jameson, PLLC today to […]

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What are the Dos and Don’ts of a Divorce in New York?

Most spouses aim to have a seamless divorce, however, in many cases, bad behavior can alter that goal. If you are going through a divorce, continue reading to learn about the dos and don’ts of a divorce, and contact our experienced New York divorce attorneys to discuss your case. Our firm is dedicated to helping […]

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What are the Different Types of Adoption in New York?

Adoption is a great way to add to your family. Fortunately, the state of New York provides each family with an array of options that can be chosen based on their unique circumstances. If you are interested in learning about the different types of adoption, it is in your best interest to retain an experienced New […]

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What to Know About Child Visitation Rights in New York

A divorce does not only cause stress and hardship between the two partners but also with the children involved as well. If one parent is granted sole physical and legal custody, the child’s relationships with the other parent and family members can be diminished. While New York courts will always strive to make the best […]

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Child Custody in New York | What You Should Know

Often, determining child custody arrangements is the most complex part of a divorce. Read on to learn more about the process. Physical vs Legal Custody There are two main types of custody awarded in the state of New York:  Legal custody refers to a parent’s legal right to make important decisions in a child’s life. […]

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Common Concerns Surrounding Prenuptial Agreements

If your future spouse asks you to sign a prenuptial agreement, your first reaction may be to feel concerned or even offended. This is a normal reaction, one that often stems from misconceptions surrounding prenups. Read on to learn more about prenuptial agreements and some of the most common concerns people have about signing: A […]

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Relocation After a New York Divorce | What You Need to Know

New York courts generally believe that a child benefits from having a relationship with both parents. As a result, a judge may be hesitant to allow a parent to move a child out of state, and away from the other parent. In New York, judges make decisions based on what is in the child’s best […]

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How Does Substance Abuse Affect Custody in New York?

If you have lost custody of your child, it does not have to be permanent. You may be able to win back custody down the line. To do so, you will want to work with a dedicated family law attorney. If you have lost custody, it is for a reason. If you can fix the […]

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What are the Consequences of Parental Alienation in New York?

Divorce can be messy, and unfortunately, some parents will attempt to involve their children in the drama. One way that this occurs is through parental alienation. Parental alienation involves a parent attempting to turn their child against the other parent by manipulating the child. Read on to learn more. Who is Involved in Parental Alienation? […]

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