The Procedure of a Divorce in New York

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The Procedure of a Divorce in New York is a  guideline of the divorce process from beginning to end. It sets a framework explaining how the entire process fits together.

Residency under DRL 230

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The five ways to meet the residency requirements to bring a matrimonial action in New York. This article explains these requirements, and illustrates the not so obvious problems that can pose unexpected obstacles for the unwary.

Grounds for Divorce in New York  DRL 170

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Child Support Part 1

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Child Support Part 2

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Child Support Part 3

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Maintenance Part 1

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Maintenance Part 2

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Maintenance Part 3

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Maintenance Part 4

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Maintenance Part 5

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Maintenance Part 6

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Equitable Distribution

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Custody

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Order of Protection

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Expert and Counsel Fees

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Exclusive Occupancy

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Inheritance Rights

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Changing Orders

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Motions

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Separation Grounds

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Annulment

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Missing Spouse

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Neglect

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Paternity

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Supreme v Family

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Appraisals

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