Archive for March, 2011


Collaborative Law – a Better Alternative

Many law firms are limiting their family law practice to collaborative divorce only for many good reasons. Many believe that collaborative practice enhances the odds for a better result as it is indicated by many cases. Collaborative divorce can be a multipart experience requiring recommendation and guidance from various perspectives if it is to be […]

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Setting The Scene For Success In Nj Divorce

The traditional adversarial system continues to draw criticism when aggressively applied to family law cases. Apart from the inefficiencies, impracticalities and costs of such approaches, the reasons for abandoning these poorly conceived methods of dispute resolution should be obvious: 1. Combative fires tend to be fanned and magnified with each contested Court proceeding, thereby creating […]

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Life Insurance: a Secured Ground for You and Your Family

Why Life Insurance? Though modern world has immense blessings, it is not risk free. Everybody is under risks. An unexpected incident might change your happy family life. Suppose, suddenly you die in a road accident. Did you think what would happen to your wife and children? The thing that will give protection and security is […]

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Judge Sandy Keith, former Chief Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court, on Shared Parenting

jgmatphttp://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users/jgmatpNewsdivorce, child, custody, children, litigation, divorce litigation, judge, Sandy Keith, shared parenting, parenting, collaborative divorce, family, family law, paternity, maternity, parent’s rights, father, mother, legal, attorney, child support, visitation, guardian, legal guardian, divorce law, divorce attorney, custody evaluation, custody evaluator, custody expert, divorce coach, mediatorJudge Sandy Keith, former Chief Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court, […]

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How does Marxism influence Family Law if applied?

I’m making a research on how marxism as an ideology in totalitarian states (such as former USSR for instance) influences family law. I would be happy to know your ideas and thoughts about it. There is no peaceful co-existence between Communism and bourgeois law, and its social forms like the family. The family plants the […]

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Seattle Divorce Attorneys and Prenuptial Agreements

Prior to marriage, one way to look at a prenuptial agreement is that you are planning for your marriage to fail before it starts. However, another way to look at it is that although we marry for love, a marriage involves so many important social, economic, and property elements that communicating about those beforehand is […]

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Alimony and Divorce Attorneys

Divorce is the true feature of today’s times. There are more couples divorcing rather than staying together. it is because of this reason why there happens to be necessity of alimony and divorce attorneys. Divorce is painful, however, if one out of the couple is dependant financially on the other partner this divorce could also […]

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Charles Manson and the Family

‘A criminal is not a criminal by birth but made by the world’. This holds true in the case of Charles Manson. Born on 12th November 1934 to an unwed teenage mother in Cincinnati, Charles never knew his biological father. His mother later married William Manson who gave Charles his last name. His mother was […]

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Should Law Firms Use the Internet?

Advertising is a relatively recent development in the legal profession. Not all firms advertise it is advisable for every law firm to take note of the important resource the internet has become to consumers seeking services. Even among lawyers and firms that chose not to advertise, the importance of the internet as a consumer resource […]

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