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New York Family Law And The Aggressuve Protection Of Rights

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New York family law experts know very well that these issues can be traumatic. Separation, divorce, and child custody situations place a tremendous strain on families and there is always a hope that a New York family law attorney will at least be able to handle all legal issues quickly and fairly.

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									New York Family Law And The Aggressive Protection Of Rights




New York family law experts know very well that these issues can be traumatic. Separation,
divorce, and child custody situations place a tremendous strain on families and there is
always a hope that a New York family law attorney will at least be able to handle all legal
issues quickly and fairly.

In Garden City, New York, family law specialist Joshua Ketover has seen the affect of these
issues and the emotional wear and tear it creates. As a result, Mr. Ketover and his staff focus
on aggressive and expedited resolution of New York family law problems.

Child custody and children's rights issues are especially trying for families. Joshua Ketover
observes that The Convention on the Rights of a Child is an edict from the United Nations that
legally binds member nations to honor the rights of children. Of course, this embodies theN
United States as well. In most nations, a child is a person under the age of eighteen, but in
some nations, the legal age for adulthood may be younger. The articles of the convention
state that the rights, as outlined, extend to all children, no matter their race, religion or
nationality. It guarantees that all nations legally bound by the convention must insure that the
rights of the child are protected using any means available. Considering that the human rights
are being compromised the world over, this convention is extremely important to insure that
children are protected against such injustices as torture, kidnapping, disfigurement, and
exploitation, to name but a few.

Many nations are guilty of crimes against children, but there are nations where these abuses
are committed with such frequency that the rest of the world cannot help but take notice. In
Sudan, for example, thousands of children have been left orphaned and homeless by civil
war. Many of these children have escaped to refugee camps, but they are often refused
access because of overcrowding. Without any sort of sanctuary, the children are forcibly
conscripted into armed militias. Thousands of these children died in civil conflicts, and many
more received devastating injuries, injuries for which they received no care. Under the U.N.
Convention on the Rights of a Child, children injured or dislocated in times of war must be
cared for to the fullest capability of their nation, and no child shall be forced to fight with or
enlist in the armed forces. The Convention also states that the exploitation, abduction,
kidnapping, and trafficking of children will be interrupted using all available means.

The States, Including New York, have specific laws that must be skillfully navigated for
aggressive representation and for resolution to be reached successfully. Family law experts
like Joshua Ketover are always attuned to changing laws and quickly adapt their
representation for a speedy and just result.

For additional information, visit http://www.familylegalhelp.net or call 877-703-2000 today.

								
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