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This profile contained fictitious information about plaintiff, an actress, as well as accurate contact information and photographs of her.This information was posted in response to a form questionnaire prepared by defendant to which all users of its service had to respond.The parties have resided in this state as husband and wife and either party is a resident thereof when the action is commenced and has been a resident for a continuous period of one year immediately preceding, or 3.The cause occurred in the state and either party has been a resident thereof for a continuous period of at least one year immediately preceding the commencement of the action, or 4.[Based on New York Domestic Relations Laws - Article 13 - Section: 240-a] CHILD SUPPORT: New York uses the Income Shares Model for the determination of child support.Child support may be ordered for the care, maintenance and education of any un-emancipated child under the age of twenty-one years.In such situations, held the Court, New York’s Dating Services Law only permits the clients to be charged for ‘social referral services’.

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The court rejected defendants' argument that plaintiff's claims were barred by application of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.

The cause occurred in the state and both parties are residents thereof at the time of the commencement of the action, or 5.

Either party has been a resident of the state for a continuous period of at least two years immediately preceding the commencement of the action.

In determining an equitable disposition of property, the court shall consider:[Based on New York Domestic Relations Laws - Article 13 - Section: 236]ALIMONY/MAINTENANCE/SPOUSAL SUPPORT: Either spouse may be awarded spousal support.

In determining the amount and duration of maintenance the court shall consider:[Based on New York Domestic Relations Laws - Article 13 - Section: 236] SPOUSE' S NAME: In any action dissolving a marriage, the final judgment shall contain a provision that each party may resume the use of his or her pre-marriage surname or any other former surname.