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Monthly Archives: October 2012

Mississippi Prenuptial Agreement Laws

Mississippi, or The Magnolia state as it is commonly referred to by its inhabitants, recognizes both fault and no fault divorces. Pretty straight forward as far as Mississippi divorce laws go. This being said, it’s important to know that in this state, preparing for marriage, even before any signs of…

October 2nd, 2012 Divorce Law, Mississippi Divorce
Betty Thompson: The Divorce Lawyer that Shaped Virginia

Betty Thompson: The Divorce Lawyer that Shaped Virginia

In the world of divorce mediation, lawyers traditionally get no love. Often labeled with the stigma of being “liars” and “manipulators,” divorce lawyers often have to play the tough role whenever there is a divorce battle. Having official representatives in the breaking of human relations, which in essences is what…

October 2nd, 2012 Virginia Divorce

The Battle to Define Marriage Continues in NY

Gender, equality, and same-sex marriage have been amorphous topics throughout our modern times.  When it comes to laws and court rulings, these topics have gained social traction. With the Obama administration changing its stance in support of gay marriage, now seems the time when supporters would have the most leverage.…

October 1st, 2012 New York Divorce, Same-Sex Marriage
Contacting Your Child on the Ex's Time

Home Alone: Contacting Your Child on the Ex’s Time

Your divorce may be just beginning, mid-way completed, or finalized, and you’re sitting at home, all alone one night. You’re unnerved by the silence, and you suddenly feel a sharp pang in your heart. It’s not a heart attack, you’re just missing your child, who is visiting your ex. Ignoring…

October 1st, 2012 Divorce Parenting, Life After Divorce

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