In New York and across the country, life expectancy has reached new heights, but for married couples, this also means a longer life together. For some older couples, this extra time together means experiencing new things and growing closer, but for others, it means growing apart. As a result, so-called 'gray divorces" have become more common among seniors, and the challenges these types of separations pose to high-asset couples can be unique.
In some cases, a separated or divorced parent may be worried about the safety of their kid with the other parent. While New York courts usually take these concerns seriously, they also want to be certain that the allegations are true. Therefore, they will generally conduct an investigation.
During your marriage, you and your ex-spouse chose to split responsibilities. While your husband went to work to support the family financially, you stayed home to raise good kids. Following your divorce, though, you likely must fulfill both obligations.