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Attorney Amy Davis Salladay featured on A&E's special "Killer Cases"
Attorney Amy Davis Salladay featured on A&E's special "Killer Cases"

Attorney Amy Davis Salladay was featured on A&E's special "Killer Cases". The episode "The Exchange Student Murder" can be viewed here . Read more on this case here .

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  • Attorney Amy Davis Salladay featured on A&E's special "Killer Cases"

    Attorney Amy Davis Salladay was featured on A&E's special "Killer Cases". The episode "The Exchange Student Murder" can be viewed here . Read more on this case here .

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  • Steps for Name/Gender Change

    Do Name Change through court If under 18 need written parental consent from both parents Motion and Order for Next Friend means parent is consenting to bring lawsuit for change of name on behalf of ...

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  • Tips for Family Court Professionals Working with Families of Transgender/Gender-Expansive Children Engaged in Custody Disputes

    Custody cases involving transgender and gender-expansive (TGE) children have garnered media attention in recent years. How do family court professionals (FCPs) work with TGE children and families when ...

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  • Adult Adoptions: Everything you Wanted to Know

    An adult adoption is an adoption of a child over the age of 18 years old. Why would you do an adult adoption? For the person being adopted it is usually for inheritance rights and to recognize the ...

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  • What Does Having Your Pleadings Stricken Mean?

    To have your pleadings stricken means that your complaint, petition, or lawsuit will be dismissed. This is a common order entered in family court to obtain compliance by one or both parties to move ...

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  • The Anger Associated with Divorce

    I don’t think that I’ve truly understood the anger that some of my divorce clients feel until COVID. With COVID we have lost a lot. Many of us have family, friends, co-workers, and people we know who ...

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