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Divorce

If Your Getting Divorced You Need Mediation From A Good Lawyer

18th October 2011
Your divorce attorney should completely not stand for both equally you and your partner. There is just no way to be entirely neutral to each functions. It is real that an legal professional can signify an individual aspect with the other continuing with n...
Author: JeanStrickland
Law

The three stages of litigation in the family law suits

08th August 2011
Reaching the stage of divorce is perhaps one of the most disturbing moments of a personís life. The stage is reached when the couples find that they are not compatible with each other and putting an end to their matrimony using the process of law would be...
Author: paramattacitylegal
Law

Lawsuit Cash Advance- Experience Your Suit For Free Litigation Today

23rd May 2011
Right now there are usually two functions a lawsuit owner provides; to pay back along with the other partyís insurer or even take his particularevent on a legal court. In the act of professing the particular settlement pertaining to reparation, the insura...
Author: Richard McWhilly
Law

What's in an Apology?

08th March 2011
An expression of contrition and remorse, an apology can go a long way to healing the emotional wounds that fester in the face of wrongdoing. While an apology cannot undo harm that has been caused, it is a way of showing respect and it is an acknowledgemen...
Author: ars.sharelawyers
Family Law

Domestic Violence and Divorce - The Epidemic Facing Battered Mothers in Family Court

26th April 2010
Battered mothers in divorce court often look like "swine flu" survivors that haven't realized they are part of an epidemic. These women are in awe over what is "happening" or has "happened" to them and their children. They go into court expecting "just...
Author: Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.
Legal

Pending cases in the Indian courts

16th September 2009
The number of pending cases in the Indian courts has crosses the 30 million mark. With continuous adjournments and delayed decisions, justice in the country has come to a stand still. The situation has become acute to the extent that none other than t...
Author: Iqbal Amrohi