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Blog Posts in 2017

  • EXECUTIVE ORDER UPDATE
    The following is an excerpt from the recent immigration update from the Department of Homeland Security (1/29/2017): "For the next 90 days, nearly all travelers, except U.S. citizens, traveling on passports from Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Iran, Somalia, Libya, and Yemen will be temporarily suspended from entry to the United States. The 90 day period will allow for proper review and establishment of ...
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  • 7 Common Reasons People Get Divorced
    There isn’t a state in the country anymore that actually requires you to have a very specific reason for filing for divorce. If you want your marriage to end, you can go ahead and file the paperwork on any grounds . But with hundreds of thousands of Americans divorcing each year, it begs the question, “Why?” Based on numerous studies, here’s a list of the 7 most common reasons for divorce , in no ...
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  • Can a Prenuptial Agreement Become Voided?
    If you took the time to draft a prenuptial agreement before getting married, you have accomplished a family law feat that most people forget or are too intimidated to try. A prenuptial agreement can be a fantastic way to protect your assets and interests, just in case you decide that your marriage no longer makes you happy. But, like any other form of legal contract, a prenup won’t mean a thing ...
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  • Don't Make These 4 Big Mistakes If You're Fighting for Child Custody
    For many people, a child custody dispute is representative of the most difficult battle they will need to face in their lifetime. The outcome, no matter which way it sways, will affect both spouses as well as their children for years, if not the rest of their lives. Every step in a child custody battle must be carefully planned and deliberate, for a single slip-up could be disastrous for a ...
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  • Want to Divorce? Why Not in January, the Divorce Month?
    According to several recent studies, it might be time to rename January to “Divorce Month” due to the noticeable jump in divorce filings and inquiries each year in that month. FindLaw and Westlaw worked together to study nationwide divorce rates between 2008 and 2011. The conclusion was a sudden rise of divorces in January, and a 50% increase in internet searches for phrases along the lines of “ ...
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