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How Procedural Pitfalls Can Ensnare Your South Florida Family Law Case

In an episode of a popular TV courtroom drama, a judge once declared that “it’s not about being right… it’s about doing right.” While that case and that judge were fictional, that statement acknowledged an important aspect of the law: … Continue reading

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Divorce, Family Law and Many Other Self-Help Titles Available

Did you know we have a selection “law for laypeople” books: Searching “NOLO law for all” as a series in our catalog will give you a list of all the titles we currently have.    The books are located in … Continue reading

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“The Driver Was Doing Stuff on His Phone,” Said Family of Pedestrian Fatality

Count Paul Snyder among those who believe distraction, more than vehicles themselves, is responsible for the increase in pedestrian fatalities. “I think the answer to it is really social patterns, you know, having very little to do with cars,” said … Continue reading

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Contempt of Court in Family Law Cases:  A Cost-Benefit Analysis

By: Stephen J. Plog In many Colorado divorce and child custody cases, it’s not uncommon to see situations in which one party or the other fails to follow the court’s orders, whether financial or child related in nature.   When orders … Continue reading

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Family: Marine punished for talking to media

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