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Understanding When to Consider a Divorce

Every year, thousands of Americans walk away from their relationships. A divorce can represent a new opportunity for the entire household: a change in parenting dialogues, less fighting between the parents, and a new chapter for the former spouses. Despite … Continue reading

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Just Starting Out with Family? Better Consider an Estate Plan

An estate plan is always important if you have a family – and even if you don’t. Estate planning is especially important for families just starting out and is also important for setting up a plan to pass on assets … Continue reading

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Consider a career as an attorney at HUD

Legal Honors Programs are the primary hiring vehicle for entry-level attorneys in the federal government.  I frequently meet law students who have an interest in public service but are unfamiliar with these programs or do not realize so many different … Continue reading

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5 Things to Consider When Planning for Divorce

For many couples, planning for divorce might as well as be hoping for the worst to happen to their marriage. But just like life insurance, planning for a divorce is something you’ll thank yourself for doing when the need for … Continue reading

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Scottish Appeals Court Says Government Did Not Adequately Consider Refugee's Claim of Conversion To Christianity

In TF and MA v. Secretary of State for the Home Department, (Scot. Ct. Sess., Aug. 30, 2018), Scotland's Inner House, Court of Session, held that the Secretary of State and appellate tribunals had failed to adequately consider certain evidence that … Continue reading

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