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Benchmarks: Lawyer ‘wins’ right to represent his dad in divorce

Most lawyers would choose to walk barefoot over red-hot coals before taking a side in their parents’ divorce case. But one Nevada lawyer has taken the dubious step of actually representing his father against his mother. And as incredible as ...

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Battle over divorce forms

Earlier this year, the Texas Supreme Court proposed making simple divorce form pleadings available to Texas residents. Not surprisingly, many Texas family lawyers have strenuously objected. The dispute is the latest in a continuing controversy about the extent to which ...

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Support may be modified when child goes to college

A divorced father may be entitled to a modification of his support obligation to reflect the reduction in the mother’s expenses as a result their children living away at college most of the year, the New Jersey Appellate Division has ...

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