Tag Archives: Children

Shielding Your Children from Divorce-Related Drama

There are some details in your marriage and divorce that your children do not need to know. Children already have a hard time adjusting to their broken family after a divorce. Telling them about their other parent’s faults that led … Continue reading

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New York Divorce and Claiming Children as Dependents Under the New Tax Law

When a divorce takes place between partners with children, there’s a lot more to consider than just who will maintain custody of the child. One of the standard issues that I address with my clients is who will be able … Continue reading

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Japanese Supreme Court Upholds Refusal to Return Children

From International Family Law Firm: The Osaka High Court has just issued a decision in a case under the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction (the “Hague Convention”) that provides strong support for the claim that… … Continue reading

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How to Communicate Divorce with Your Children

The process of filing for divorce is a very difficult one, and nobody is exempt from the emotional hardships. Each spouse has to deal with his or her emotions during this trying time and their children can be greatly affected … Continue reading

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Does the Court have Jurisdiction to Vary Child Support when Children are No Longer “Children of the Marriage”?

The Ontario Court of Appeal, in Colucci v Colucci, has clarified the issue of whether courts have jurisdiction to vary or discharge child support when the children are no longer “children of the marriage.” Previous Caselaw Up until now, many … Continue reading

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