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  • How Does Domestic Violence Change the Divorce Process?
    How Does Domestic Violence Change the Divorce Process?

    How Does Domestic Violence Change the Divorce Process? Domestic violence affects hundreds of men and women across the country each year, and it is no surprise it is the basis of many divorces. If you ...

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  • Divorcing an Abusive Spouse
    Divorcing an Abusive Spouse

    Spousal abuse is an unfortunate and far-too-common problem in some homes. Whether you or your children are suffering from emotional or physical abuse, it’s pivotal you seek safety as soon as possible ...

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  • Civil Harassment Order Vs. Temporary Restraining Order
    Civil Harassment Order Vs. Temporary Restraining Order

    Most people have heard of temporary restraining orders. When it comes to domestic violence related matters, this is one of the most common legal documents used to protect victims or alleged victims. ...

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  • How Domestic Violence Can Affect Your Divorce Case & Child Custody
    How Domestic Violence Can Affect Your Divorce Case & Child Custody

    Divorce is always an emotionally and mentally draining process. Sometimes, these types of family law cases can lead a person to make false claims about their spouse. One of the most harmful ...

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  • Ending The Domestic Abuse Cycle
    Ending The Domestic Abuse Cycle

    We take issues of domestic violence seriously, and work hard to keep you and your family safe. In most instances where domestic violence arises, quick action is necessary. Often times circumstances of ...

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  • What To Do If Your Spouse Underestimated Your Income Taxes
    What To Do If Your Spouse Underestimated Your Income Taxes

    Paying taxes ranks right up there with planning a funeral. The subject of income taxes is a thorn in the sides of most Americans every April, and sometimes seems to see end. The hope is that once the ...

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