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Blog Posts in September, 2009

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  • You Must Dot Your I’s and Cross Your T’s, Even if the Judge Agrees
    You Must Dot Your I’s and Cross Your T’s, Even if the Judge Agrees

    One of the hardest concepts for people to understand is that Mississippi does not allow "no-fault divorce." "No-fault" means that a person can force a divorce without having what are known as ...

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  • Don’t Drop Your Guard on Legal Procedure After Your Divorce
    Don’t Drop Your Guard on Legal Procedure After Your Divorce

    It is understandable that people terminate their relationship with their lawyer and stop thinking about legal procedure following the entry of their divorce. In many respects, this is a positive ...

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  • Tips for Child Support Receivers
    Tips for Child Support Receivers

    Document every single payment. Keep a calendar showing when and how you received your payment. Stay ahead of your budget. Oftentimes people who pay support send the payments late. This can wreak havoc ...

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  • Tips For Aiding Your Private Detective
    Tips For Aiding Your Private Detective

    When you meet with your detective, be prepared to share some or all of the following information: A recent picture of the person to be followed. Address and location of the following places: - Home - ...

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  • Tips for Child Support Payors
    Tips for Child Support Payors

    Document every single payment. Checks with the month of the support noted on the check are best. Automatic draft works well. Mail the check and confirm the mailing with an email, or keep a copy of an ...

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