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Jacksonville Florida: How to Modify a Divorce Order?

As a Jacksonville Family Law Attorney, I am often asked whether a child timesharing order can be modified after a divorce or paternity action in Florida. In short, the answer is yes. Parents can change their timesharing agreement, however, the … Continue reading

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Modification of A Minnesota Child Support Order

How do i reduce or increase this? So you got divorced and started paying child support to your ex. But a few years later, you were laid off, making it difficult to pay the same amount as before. What happens … Continue reading

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Alpha proposes new order designations to avoid crossed markets

Last week, Alpha ATS LP announced plans to introduce two new order designations, intended to reduce instances of unintentional locked or crossed markets and trades at worse prices than available on other marketplaces by providing price protection for directed action … Continue reading

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Restraining Order not enough to prevent Murder

Sadly, this is a story about a restraining order not being able to protect the victim. Jennifer Bates-Solomon received a restraining order against her 39-year-old ex-husband, Horace Carlos Solomon Jr. However, neighbors and officials said restraining order was not enough … Continue reading

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Fifth Circuit Holds That Repair Service Order Validly Incorporated Online Terms And Conditions By Reference

As the Internet continues to play an increasingly important role in commerce, courts have begun to deal with relatively new considerations arising out of contracts formed in whole or in part online. The United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals … Continue reading

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