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Blog Posts in February, 2017
What is Domestic Violence and What Can You Do About It?
Posted on Feb 20, 2017 By McKinley Irvin
Domestic violence refers to any instance or pattern of abusive behaviors committed by one family member against another, or between individuals who cohabitate or are involved in a dating relationship. ...
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Why Would You Choose Legal Separation Over Divorce?
Posted on Feb 7, 2017 By McKinley Irvin
When someone is unhappy in their marriage, they choose to get a divorce, right? Why would anyone choose to only get a legal separation, then, if ending their marriage was their primary objective? For ...
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Should You Consider Going to Trial for Your Divorce?
Posted on Feb 1, 2017 By McKinley Irvin
Most divorces are settled, not litigated. Despite what you may have heard or seen in movies about court battles between divorcing spouses, an estimated 95 percent of divorce cases don’t ever end ...
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