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Top 3 Surprising But Effective Trends in Family Law

November 19, 2018

Legislators are often on toes to see that family laws are revised, discussed, and amended to address the changing needs of every family. But much like every other legislative process, family law amendments can take […]

Talking Points

4 Signs It Might Be Time to Divorce

August 6, 2018

In marriage, couples may face different problems that could lead to certain disagreements. While this is usually part of the married life, some arguments can greatly affect the relationship, especially if they become persistent. Over time, the […]

Daily Law Bulletin

Three Types of Misrepresentation in Commercial Law

July 25, 2018

A contract is arguably the most important document when running a business. This document spells out various terms and obligations between you and your partners, clients, and suppliers. Most business owners primarily depend on the […]

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When is the Best Time to Buy a Timeshare Property?

July 13, 2018

Most people think about buying a timeshare property during their vacation, but doing so can be risky for your finances. That’s because most hard-sell tactics target people who are more likely swayed into buying one […]

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Vehicle and Passenger Searches: Is This Legal?

April 6, 2018

If a police officer stops your car, could they search everyone inside as well as the contents of your vehicle? The answer is it depends, because while the Fourth Amendment prohibits against unjustifiable searches and […]

Decision Makers

Military Divorce: The 411 on Spousal Support

April 2, 2018

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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4 Ways to Speed Up the Divorce Process

March 22, 2018

A divorce is one of the most challenging times a family can go through. The entire process can be long and tough for the whole family. This is because the interests of all the parties […]

Current Affairs

Understanding the Different Types of Child Custody

January 23, 2018

During a divorce, deciding who will have the custody of a child is a critical issue. The most common types of child custody are joint and legal or a variation of the two. Child custody arrangements […]

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Why No Win-No Fee Agreements are the Best Option

December 28, 2017

No win-no fee contracts are known as contingent fee agreements (CFA). In this deal, a client only pays the lawyer’s legal fees if they win a case, especially for personal injury claims. Many lawyers conduct […]