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Military Divorce: The 411 on Spousal Support

by NNWLA in Decision Makers

Military members are subject to significantly different rules regarding divorce. For one, military policies regulate how the pension of a military serviceman would be divided, and the exact amount of alimony or spousal support would [...]

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Tips for Winning a Child Custody Case

November 3, 2017

There’s nothing more emotionally draining than trying to win custody of your child after a divorce. This shouldn’t discourage you, however. With these tips, your chances of winning the battle should be marginally improved. Find […]

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What You Should Know About Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

February 1, 2017

CRPS or complex regional pain syndrome, also called RSD or reflex sympathetic dystrophy, causalgia, AMPS or amplified musculoskeletal pain syndrome, or RND, reflex neurovascular dystrophy, is a chronic health condition that typically affects the person’s […]

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Can Social Media Affect Your Personal Injury Claim?

March 7, 2017

Social media provides people with an avenue to share their experiences, feelings, and thoughts. Thus, it makes sense to those people injured in an accident to share the details of the event through social media. […]

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Types of Bailiffs and Their Different Powers

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November 21, 2017

There are various options to help creditors recover debts. One of these options is to use a bailiff. These professionals have the right resources at their disposal to communicate and negotiate with debtors on your […]

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The Link Between DUIs and Probable Cause

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November 5, 2015

Police officers should have “probable cause” if they want to pull you over. Below are critical things you must know about DUIs and probable cause. Probable Cause is Required to Pull You Over Put simply, […]

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Why Men File for Divorce: 3 Reasons to Take Notice

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October 9, 2017

Women, according to studies, file for divorce more than men. The American Sociological Association (ASA) reveals that about two-thirds (or 69%) of all marriage dissolution are initiated by women. Men, on the other hand, are […]

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Top Reasons to Opt for an Uncontested Divorce

April 21, 2016

Gone are the days when couples only have to go through a contested or fault-based divorce in order to end the marriage legally. It was only in the 20th century, when spouses can get a divorce […]