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How Long Do Domestic Violence Orders Last?

Domestic Violence Restraining Orders (DVRO), unfortunately, can be very confusing, especially in the area of duration. What needs to be…

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Broad Definition of “Abuse” Upheld Again

A recent case has again come down from the Appellate Courts upholding the broad definition of abuse. In Burquet v….

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Remember The Retirement Plan In Divorce Proceedings

I have consulted with men/women who, after their divorce proceeding has been concluded, are surprised to learn that even though…

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Recovering From Divorce

Recovering from a divorce is, of course, a process. Even when a Judgment of Dissolution is granted, it is generally…

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My Child Can Have An Attorney?

Generally in divorce or paternity cases (cases where there is a child(ren) but no marriage), the parties battle over custody…

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Mediation: Limiting The Cost Of Divorce

Recently, the Daily News (January 19, 2006) ran the result of a study conducted by Ohio State University regarding the…

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Make Sure All Assets Are Considered In A Dissolution

In a recent case, Marriage of Moore, an often overlooked asset, accrued vacation pay, was the issue and whether or…

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Fiduciary Obligations In A Dissolution?

When couples divorce , generally the last thing on their mind is to be fair to the other spouse. However,…

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Failure To Disclose Information In A Dissolution Action Only Spells Trouble Later

A recent appellate case that stemmed from Ventura County again points out that failure to disclose information in a marital…

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Emotions Must Take A Back Seat

Everyone knows that being involved in any legal process, even Small Claims Court, involves emotion to some degree. Divorce is…

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