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  • What if the Court Gives You a Decision You Think is Wrong?
    What if the Court Gives You a Decision You Think is Wrong?

    The process of divorce can be grueling and exasperating, and sometimes, people don’t end up with the outcome they wanted. As a matter of fact, judges frequently joke that they know their decision is a ...

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  • Dealing with Bias in the Court System
    Dealing with Bias in the Court System

    When we take a case to trial, we’d like to believe that our system is set up to minimize bias and hand out just and fair rulings for all. However, we’re all human: no judge or jury is without some ...

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  • What Can You Do if You Want a Different Judge?
    What Can You Do if You Want a Different Judge?

    Convincing a judge to recuse him or herself is one of the most difficult things to do when it comes to the American Court system. Typically, judges are often considered the most unbiased, fair-minded, ...

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  • Divorce: How is Debt Divvied Up?
    Divorce: How is Debt Divvied Up?

    The general rule of thumb for dividing up assets and debts in a divorce goes like this: any assets or debts accumulated before marriage is off the table, and any assets or debts accumulated during the ...

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  • Custody Battles: What Makes One Parent Best in the Eyes of the Judge?
    Custody Battles: What Makes One Parent Best in the Eyes of the Judge?

    One of three things will happen when you go to Court with a custody battle: either the mother comes out unhappy, the father comes out unhappy, or they’re both unhappy. It’s very rare for everyone to ...

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  • Divorce: Can You Sue for Defamation after a Divorce?
    Divorce: Can You Sue for Defamation after a Divorce?

    Some divorce cases get very ugly, very fast even when both parties claim that they’re doing their best to be amiable and “fair.” I don’t specialize in defamation cases but defamation can be related to ...

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