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Alimony and Child Support

Alimony and Child Support

Michael David October 8, 2013 Comments Off on Alimony and Child Support

Alimony is distinct from child support, which calls upon the obligation of parents for the support of minor children, based on their ability to pay.

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5 Signs of Elder Abuse

5 Signs of Elder Abuse

PeterWendt May 12, 2008 0

Many elderly people suffer abuse at the hands of their caregivers. Just as young children are sometimes targets for abuse, elderly people can be because they may be physically weak or mentally incompetent. Both

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Community Property States

Community Property States

Michael David April 21, 2008 0

LearnAboutLaw Staff July 2007 Community property is a means of defining the ownership of property acquired during marriage under which all income earned during marriage and all property acquired with that income be considered

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Selecting a Divorce Lawyer

Selecting a Divorce Lawyer

thundercow March 8, 2008 Comments Off on Selecting a Divorce Lawyer

By selecting the right divorce lawyer, you can help make the process as smooth, effective, and amicable as possible. There are a few things to look for which can help you make the right

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