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Blog Posts in March, 2014

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  • Tennessee Ruling Reinforces Inevitability of Same-Sex Marriage
    Tennessee Ruling Reinforces Inevitability of Same-Sex Marriage

    I previously blogged that there would be a cascade of rulings eroding ant-gay laws: IS SAME-SEX MARRIAGE INEVITABLE? SAME-SEX MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE IN NON-SAME-SEX MARRIAGE STATES HAVE WE REACHED THE ...

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  • How to Hire a Lawyer Without Being Detected
    How to Hire a Lawyer Without Being Detected

    Most of the time, divorce clients should contact their lawyer without their spouse knowing it. Early advice without detection can be critical. The technology of today has made finding and hiring a ...

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  • Can’t Get Divorced in Mississippi? Try Another State.
    Can’t Get Divorced in Mississippi? Try Another State.

    Mississippi requires either mutual agreement to divorce or that one party have what are known as “fault grounds” such as adultery, cruelty, drunkenness, or use of drugs. The requirement for fault puts ...

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  • Openness in Government Is Key to Freedom
    Openness in Government Is Key to Freedom

    Freedoms seemingly basic to us have been fought for and do not exist in Russia or Crimea today. We take for granted our open access to our government. March 16 was “Freedom of Information Day,” and we ...

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  • 18 Year-Old N.J. Girl Will Not Win Her Suit Against Her Parents. the State Will Not Support a Disobedient Child.
    18 Year-Old N.J. Girl Will Not Win Her Suit Against Her Parents. the State Will Not Support a Disobedient Child.

    18 year-old New Jersey school girl Rachel Canning’s suit will fail in court and will succeed in ruining her family and that important part of her future. She may think she is the first one to think of ...

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  • An Increase in Value in Separate Property Can Be Considered Marital Property
    An Increase in Value in Separate Property Can Be Considered Marital Property

    Let’s assume a person has a company that was clearly started before the marriage, maybe even with inherited funds or by gift. This company is not a marital asset. However, if the company increases in ...

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