Fill Out the New York Statement of Net Worth Faster and More Accurately

You can’t get a divorce without the proper paperwork. To calculate New York State spousal support and child support you need to fill out the Statement of Net Worth. Surprisingly many family law attorneys are still completing this form by hand, which is hurting their practices. Stop Using Outdated Manual…

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Tax Brackets: When Is A New York State Spousal Support Dollar Not Worth A Dollar?

The state of New York has a formula for the quick calculation of temporary maintenance during a divorce proceeding, but that doesn’t mean that final support is easy to figure. Spousal support is affected by a host of factors other than those found on the New York Statement of Net…

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Why You Need NY Family Law Software to Complete All Your Divorce Forms

The less time you spend on tedious paperwork, the more time you can spend on giving your clients the service they deserve. Software helps you complete the New York Statement of Net Worth but that’s not the only document your practice needs to generate. A complete family law solution generates…

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Easily Overlooked Income Sources on the New York Statement of Net Worth

Accurate financial information is critical to an equitable divorce settlement. New York family law attorneys know that clients are sometimes “creative” in their financial reporting, hoping to reduce New York State spousal support and child support. Attorneys also know that this fraud is not only unlikely to succeed but it…

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Take the work out of worksheets

Divorce cases in New York generate a lot of paperwork for two reasons: regulations and negotiations. State law says attorneys must complete the New York Statement of Net Worth as well as supporting worksheets detailing spousal and child support. In addition, attorneys bargain from a stronger position if they have…

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Who Is Responsible For The Net Worth Statement?

Divorce courts use the financial information of each spouse to determine fair spousal and child support levels. The New York Statement of Net Worth is the document used in divorces in that state and it is, frankly, a nightmare. Accuracy and completeness are important, but who makes sure the form…

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What Is The Biggest Mistake You Can Make On The New York Statement Of Net Worth?

Divorce settlements require a statement of net worth to ensure fair division of property and calculation of child support. The New York statement of net worth is a 14-page, excruciatingly-detailed document that can make even an experienced accountant’s head swim. Filling it out is a chore, and that chore is…

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NJ CIS and More – Family Law Software

”NJ CIS.”  Say it fast enough, and it sounds like ”NCIS” of ABC television fame.  It strikes us that, either way, there’s a hefty amount of paperwork involved. NJ “CIS” refers to the NJ “Case Information Statement,” a mandatory form for all family law actions involving support, alimony, or equitable…

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Easy Soft at 2010 New York State Bar Seminar, Uniondale, NY, Long Island

New York State Bar Seminar, Uniondale, NY, Long Island Marriott from 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Legal software developer Easy Soft will exhibit EzSupport NY

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New York’s New Temporary Maintenance Worksheet

With the recent changes in New York Domestic Relations Law, effective October 12, 2010, determining temporary spousal maintenance is no longer a guessing game. Divorce attorneys now need to prepare a five-page worksheet (eight pages with instructions) that determines…

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