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Bankruptcy and Divorce

All too often, where there is divorce there are financial problems. Either the financial problems caused the divorce or the divorce caused the problems. In fact, I would say that financial difficulties are probably among the top reasons couples file for divorce. It can be incredibly stressful to approach the end of every month not [..]

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Boating Under the Influence

It’s Summer time and the Fourth of July is this Saturday, which means lots of grilling, fishing, fireworks, and outside fun. Often times all this fun is accompanied by alcohol and boats. Knowing this, law enforcement is on full alert to try and keep the roads, rivers, and lakes as safe as possible. Which means, [..]

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Grandparent’s Visitation Rights

I have heard of more than one account of a grandparent caring for a child as if it were their own. Then one day, the parent decides that the child will return to said parent and the grandparent is left with nothing. What does the grandparent do in this situation? The answer is, as I [..]

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A Father’s Rights to Custody of his Child

For many many years, it was just assumed in a custody dispute that the mother of the child would always get the child. It was the belief in society that the child needs its mother. Well, I think everyone would agree that this way of thinking creates its own problems. In my own observations, it [..]

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Article on Immigration

This is a copy of an article I was asked to do for a small local paper and the topic (while very vague) was simply, “How do I become a citizen?” Obviously this topic was a little large to cover in a single article but here is the very brief summary. How Do I Become [..]

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