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Nowadays, it is important to note that a private investigator should be a highly qualified person. This is so because of the nature of crimes he is supposed to handle. He is not a fictional person but one who has learned the science and mastered the art.Family Law
Family Law covers a number of areas the most common being divorce. This and other family disputes are discussed and how to reach agreement.Alimony And Adultery In New Jersey
In order to consider awarding alimony to a spouse in New Jersey, the courts must look at 12 separate elements to determine if an award is warranted, to determine the type(s) of applicable alimony and then how much the award alimony would be and for how long. In New Jersey, the divorce law is written in such a way that it compels the court to look at the relationship between the spouses and the way in which the spouses live. This means they look at the income and expenses of both spouses in the light of how much the spouse…Citing Unpublished Cases to Washington Trial Courts: An Explanation for Attorneys and Litigants
For many years, litigants and attorneys in Washington State have suffered confusion regarding whether and when they can cite unpublished case opinions to state trial courts. This article seeks to resolve the confusion.Abuse and Divorce – 5 Keys to Obtaining a Satisfying Outcome in Your Domestic Violence Divorce
Navigating the exit out of an abusive relationship can be as horrific as weathering the blow of domestic abuse in one’s home. But, it doesn’t have to be. There are things that you can actually do to increase the likelihood of a successful outcome in your domestic violence custody case.How a Louisiana Divorce Lawyer May Consider Separate Obligations
Separate obligations can be an obscure concept to understand. As a result, this article seeks to shed some light on this area of Louisiana law.Louisiana Civil Code Article 134 and Its Approach From a Divorce Lawyer
Child custody law is largely based upon article 134. This commentary goes through parts of this law and offers some analysis in order to further understand it.Divorce Attorney Thoughts Regarding Community Property in Louisiana
One of the primary aspects of family law in Louisiana is community property. To make this topic clearer, this article provides further information on this.Earning Capacity – Divorce Attorney Analysis on Its Effects on Spousal Support in Louisiana
Spousal support in Louisiana involves more than just looking at a spouse’s current income, it also takes into consideration a spouse’s earning capacity. This article goes into this in greater detail.Divorce Attorney: Terminating Spousal Support in Louisiana
Spousal support is one of the most disliked aspects of family law. This article explains some of the ways that it can terminate.Can an At-Home DNA Test Be Legally-Binding?
Having a legally binding, or court admissible DNA test done can be an expensive process. Choosing an at-home, or self collected test can both save you money and speed up the process. An at home DNA test can be legally binding as long as the proper chain of custody is followed, mainly that the DNA collection is witnessed by a third party non-interested bystander. A professional collection simply means that you are paying someone to act as that witness for you, so if your situation is one where everyone gets along, and can agree on a neutral person to serve in the witness capacity, you may want to explore the option of the at home test.How to File for Separation: Making the Right Moves
Once you have decided to separate legally from your spouse, your next step should be to find out how to file for separation. However, before doing this initial step, it is vital that you ensure you understand fully that legal separation is a legal and binding contract that is just as vital as divorce. In addition, everything you have agreed with your spouse in the legal separation agreement could be used as precedence.