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Social Media Pitfalls In A Contested Divorce

In the state of Arizona, a contested divorce occurs when the spouses cannot mutually agree on the terms of the dissolution of their marriage. The most common issues of contention in a divorce are generally child custody, child support, and division of marital assets. In such a situation both parties retain independent counsel and battle it out in family court…read more →

Dealing With Situations Involving Domestic Violence

Domestic violence refers to violence between spouses or intimate partners. This violence is generally both physical and psychological in nature. In the majority of states domestic violence is defined as conduct which threatens to cause or actually causes injury between: Family members Spouses Residents of the same household Although the issue of domestic violence is a serious problem which is…read more →

Impact of Changes in Tax Law on Spousal Maintenance in Arizona

For people that signed a prenuptial agreement before getting married believing that there may be a chance that they and their spouse may divorce in the future, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that was signed into law on December 22, 2017 can potentially seriously affect the agreement that was reached. A major change occurred with the passage of the…read more →

Negative Portrayal Of Legal Profession In Mainstream Media

William Shakespeare in his play Henry VI had a character called William the butcher utter the phrase “First thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.” This negative perception of lawyers has been around for a long time. According to a recently conducted online poll, 60% of the public think lawyers are greedy and only 20% think that they are…read more →

How Does the Adoption Process Work?

Adoption refers to taking the responsibility of a child for a lifetime. It requires preparation along with dedication. Most of the time, adoption turns out to be in favor of the adopted child. However, problems may arise like adjustment issues, interaction with new parents, exposure to a different and unaccustomed way of living, and sometimes even different ethnicities or culture….read more →

Understand the Process of Going through a Divorce without Children

Filing a divorce case is different in different states. Additionally, each case shifts with the different situations including a divorce with children and a divorce without kids. In spite of the fact that these laws differ from state to state, couples petitioning for divorce, who don’t have resources or kids, might be required to present extra paperwork with their appeal….read more →

Elements of Medical Malpractice

Elements of Medical Malpractice in Fort Lauderdale All of our lives, we believe in the medical professionals to look after our health issues. But a human error factor is always there. So, a mistake occurred in any medical diagnosis, management or treatment by a medical professional is called medical malpractice. What Are the Elements of Proving a Medical Malpractice Claim…read more →

What Does Malpractice Involve?

What does Medical malpractice involve in Fort Lauderdale? The medical professionals are not always responsible because of what a patient experiences. However, they have a legal responsibility to the patient to provide the treatment according to the medical standard. Actually, medical malpractice is a negligence that includes the wrong diagnosis, treatment, prescribed dose, management etc. People expect certain medical standards…read more →

What Are the 5 Most Prevalent Types of Vehicle Collision Injuries? 

A vehicle collision is unpredicted. Injuries along with fatalities can derive from an automobile accident. In addition to the many ways a person can encounter a vehicle accident, a wide range of injuries can come from them. Car collisions can range from minor to severe, and the worse being a fatality. With the two extremities, different types of injuries can…read more →

Custody and Visitation Rights in Georgia

  In Georgia, married parents have equal rights to custody and visitation. However, the custody and visitation rights will be different if the parents aren’t married. Georgia law gives custody rights to the mother only if the parents are not married. Unwed fathers are required to file a legitimation action in court in order to get custody and visitation rights….read more →

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