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Can Binding Financial Agreements Help or Hinder You?

Binding Financial Agreements were introduced in late 2000 as a way for married or de facto couples to quarantine assets and liabilities prior to, or during their relationship or divide assets and liabilities on separation. 342 more words

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Medical Records. Oh my!

Since mom lied about Hubby being invited to a counseling session with daughter, we decided to contact the counseling center (since that is one of the only things we were given, counselor’s name). 179 more words



PREMISE: Family law motions are controlled by statute and the rules of family court procedure. Although most attorneys follow those rules, some do not. In order to effectively evaluate a family law motion there are 10 basic rules and judicial best practices that every judge should know: 21 more words


Bring Back the Calderbank – Stop Mad Litigation

A few years ago when people divorced they were encouraged to make offers to settle that were “Without Prejudice Save As To Costs”. These were known as Calderbank offers, after the name of the divorce case in which they were first made. 446 more words


Divorce and a Day Long Remembered/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

On August 28, 2014, the National Public Radio Station had a program that is part of its daily schedule known as “The Takeaway”. The following question was posed to its listeners: 212 more words


Can Person Remarry By Changing Religion To Islam?.

                      It is said that love is blind, but Law is not blind in case of love and marriage. The Supreme Court of India in the case of Lily Thomas, Etc vs Union Of India & Ors. 177 more words

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Big Changes for Minnesota Child Custody Modifications

On August 1, 2014, Minnesota’s child custody modification law was amended, making it much easier for both custodial and non-custodial parents to modify parenting time schedules. 754 more words