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What happens when your child is being bullied on Facebook or in other social media?
What happens when your child is being bullied on Facebook or in other social media?
NJ Law requires employers to allow 20 days leave for domestic violence.
NJ SAFE Act provides that any employee in NJ who was a victim of “domestic violence” or whose child, parent, spouse, domestic partner, or civil union partner was a victim, is entitled to unpaid leave of up to 20 days (to be used in the twelve (12) month period following the incident or offense).
Will County Family Law Firm Opens Joliet Office
The Davi Law Group announces the grand opening of an office in Joliet, Illinois. Offering divorce and family law legal services, the firm can be reached at 815-582-4901.
Divorce In the Digital Age
Discusses the use of Facebook in serving a spouse who can't be found with divorce papers. Written by Joseph Molina Flynn of The Cronin Law Firm
Collaborative Law is a Better Alternative to the Traditional Divorce Process
Collaborative Law is a Better Alternative to the Traditional Divorce Process
What is a Divorce Decree?
Learn what makes up divorce decree, and the various parts thereof (including property division, child custody, child support).
Recognizing Signs of Child Abuse and Neglect
Know how to recognize signs of child abuse and neglect, so you can take appropriate actions immediately.
Keeping Your Cool During Divorce
How to stay level headed and calm during a divorce.
What is Probate?
Marivonne discuss how probate works in the state of Texas.
Who Gets Fido?
If keeping your pet through a divorce is important to you, then be sure to read this.
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