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Blog Posts in April, 2014

What about all of those bills my ex won't reimburse me for?

So you have an order that provides each of you are to pay half of uncovered medical bills, co-pays, extracurricular activities, school supplies, college expenses, etc. but your former spouse ...
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The Red Flags of Parental Abduction

With today's mobile society the Department of State identifies the following "red flags" or signs of risk as they relate to parental abduction. It may be a "red flag" if a ...
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Tips for Clients Entering the Courtroom

Recently I was in court in the middle of a hearing when the judge called for a brief recess. She called opposing counsel and I back to her office and then proceeded to let us know what she thought ...
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