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Why Civility Matters

Many times individuals who are going through a divorce are out for one thing: blood. While it is understandable that one person often feels hurt or wronged by the proceeding, it is important to realize this does not give you grounds to try to ruin the other person’s life. Some people will attempt to air […]

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Courtroom Etiquette

Most people can count on a single hand the number of times they have gone, or will go, into a courtroom. While there is no question some individuals will have a better understanding of the “system” it is always important to remember some very basic rules. Always be polite and show respect to the court […]

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Child Support 101

If you are getting a divorce and have children, both parties are likely interested in the amount of child support that will be awarded. This particular aspect is always one of contention, and neither party is typically happy when they find out how much they will receive or pay. Every state has guidelines that Chancellors […]

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Why Having a Will Matters

Thinking about your death is never fun. In fact many people get upset at the very thought, especially if they have a young family. But the reality is that someday you will pass away and having everything set up is extremely beneficial. Having a will helps your family members know who gets what, lays out […]

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Physical vs. Legal Custody

In any divorce where children are involved it is common for custody to be a hot-button issue. Often times everything but the custody of the children can be agreed to, and a Chancellor is left to make a determination as to how legal and physical custody will be split. Legal custody, simply put, deals with […]

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Requesting a Bond Reduction

Being arrested is a life changing experience. Often times individuals are able to make bail/bond fairly easy and can get back into their normal routine until trial. But what do you do if you bail/bond is so high that you are unable to make it? Your first step is hiring an attorney (or using the […]

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