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Month: February 2014

As household revenues increase, so too does the divorce numbers

While we welcome good economic times, a higher divorce rate can also come about when the economic forecast improves.  One couple stayed together in what they considered an unhappy marriage because they did not feel they could afford to divorce.  The couple is now going through the process of divorce as revenues in the company…
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Mother asks for attorney’s fees in child support dispute

The former wife of a judge is appealing a denial of her request for legal fees as concerns a child support dispute. The woman had brought her former spouse to court concerning $1,750 that was allegedly unpaid. Though the payment of the child support was ordered, the former wife’s request for $9,000 in legal fees…
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