3 Essential Qualities Of An Uncontested Divorce

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In many cases, a couple that decides to get divorced makes this decision based on years of not getting along. While this is the norm, there are also couples who are able to decide to get divorced without the fighting, bickering, and angry feelings towards each other. If you and your spouse want to get divorced and are able to push all your anger and emotions aside, you might be able to get an uncontested divorce.…

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Four Basic Financial Planning Requirements For Special Needs Children

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Your child may have special needs, but you love and care for them, and you make sure they are provided for. But what will happen when your child reaches the legal age of 18 and is, in the eyes of the government, an adult? This is a situation you need to plan for financially. Ideally, you would do that planning well in advance of your child’s 18th birthday and with the assistance of a lawyer who has expertise in this realm.…

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Possible Defenses to Stalking Charges

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Stalking is intentional, repeated, and unwanted contact with another person. The contact can be physical or virtual (online), and it is usually meant to harm the offender. The harm can be physical, mental, or both. Here are a few defenses you can use if you are ever accused of stalking. Prove Lack of Knowledge Stalking is an intentional crime; you cannot stalk someone without knowing it. For example, it is not stalking if you don’t know that your stalker is at a certain restaurant and you also to the restaurant for breakfast.…

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