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The Impact of Cell Phone Records on Adultery Cases in New Hampshire
The Impact of Cell Phone Records on Adultery Cases in New Hampshire
DuPage Family Law Attorney Opens New Law Office
DuPage County family law attorney Don Pesce opens Pesce Law Group, P.C., with office locations in Naperville, Oak Brook and Burr Ridge.
Who Gets the Rings in a Washington Divorce?
Many people naturally wonder what happens to weddings rings if they decide to get a divorce.
Tips for Child Custody During Summer Vacation
The following are some tips for parents to make custody and visitation arrangements go as smoothly as possible over summer break.
Social Media Can Have a Significant Effect on Your Divorce
An attorney may advise a client to stay off social media, but too many spouses ignore this and post photos or status updates that they believe are harmless.
Reasons to Have a Premarital Agreement
A premarital agreement can be very important in many situations. An experienced family law attorney can evaluate your situation and advise you on whether a premarital agreement is right for you.
Interference with Child Custody in Seattle and Tacoma
Washington State family courts take child custody orders and parenting plans very seriously and expect parents to follow them to the letter whenever possible. However, many parents may not be completely satisfied with the custody or visitation arrangements set forth by the court.
Changing Your Name After Getting Married
Changing your name after marriage is a personal decision that should not be taken lightly and that can have practical, legal, and emotional implications.
Parental Rights
Parents rights.
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