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6 Grounds for Objecting to Requests for Admission

A party may respond to an individual request for admission (RFA) by objecting to all or part of it. CCP §2033.230. The right to object is waived if not stated in a timely response, so it’s important to consider objections … Continue reading

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Fed. Court in NY Enjoins Enforcement of Short-Term Rental Regulations on Fourth Amendment Grounds

This post was authored by Edward J. Sullivan, Esq.             Airbnb, Inc. v. City of New York, Nos. 18 Civ. 7712 (PAE), 18 Civ. 7742 (PAE) (Order on Motions for Preliminary Injunction, January 3, 2019) resulted in the issuance of … Continue reading

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Disability Finding Not Grounds For Modification of Washington Spousal Maintenance

Following a Washington final divorce decree, a maintenance award, also known as spousal support, may only be modified if there has been a substantial change in circumstances since the decree.  The change has to be something that was not within … Continue reading

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Grounds for Divorce in South Carolina

South Carolina allows both fault-based and no-fault divorces. You can seek a divorce based on five possible grounds: Adultery Desertion for one year Physical cruelty Habitual drunkenness from alcohol or narcotics One-year separation period  Each of these grounds will require … Continue reading

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Grounds for Alimony Termination

Indefinite alimony still exists, but is less common than it used to be. Many alimony awards are now given for a specific period of time. Regardless of whether the alimony is indefinite or for a fixed term, the obligation or … Continue reading

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