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Temporary Injunctions Aimed at the Military: A Rapid Response Plan for Government Lawyers, by Lieutenant Donald M. Brown, Jr.
Temporary Injunctions Aimed at the Military: A Rapid Response Plan for Government Lawyers, by LT Donald M. Brown, Jr. JAGC, USNR, 40 Naval L. Rev. 157 (1992). U.S Navy Law Review Article http://0-www.heinonline.org.polar.onu.edu/HOL/Page?handle=hein.journals/naval40&page=157&collection=journals#163
An Interview with Laurence Tribe
Frank Housh interviews Harvard Law Professor Laurence Tribe about his book "Uncertain Justice"
The Difference Between Contested and Uncontested Divorces
An uncontested divorce can have advantages for many divorcing couples, saving time and money.
Kenneth A. Friedman Bio
Kenneth A. Friedman, short biography
Peaceful Divorce in Tough Economic Times
Divorce doesn't have to be a contested, expensive and drawn out process. Many folks can get an uncontested divorce with an agreement
When do I need a divorce or family law attorney?
When do I need a divorce or family law attorney?
"Legally Separated?"
The only requirements to be legally separated in North Carolina is that one of the spouses moves out of the martial residence and at least one of the spouses has the intent to end the marriage. That's it!
Should Christians File for Bankruptcy?
Should Christians file for Bankruptcy? As a Christian, I had to wrestle with this issue before deciding to take on my very first bankruptcy case back in 2004. I prayed and researched this issue and found the following scripture: Deuteronomy 15: 1-6. The Year for Canceling Debts.
Why Everyone Needs an Estate Plan
The primary reason that everyone needs an estate plan is that if you fail to create a plan, the State will create one for you. The State legislature does not know anything about your family dynamics and the things that you value, so why leave such important decisions to them?
How To Prove Adultery In New Hampshire
How To Prove Adultery In New Hampshire
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