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I often see clients who are looking for second opinions on their cases. Many of them have started off with local solicitors, or solicitors they have known for many years. Typically, such a client had been brimming with confidence at first, and had been assured that family law was straightforward.&
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Tuesday, 17 April 2012 07:55
“Il n’ y a en art, ni passé, ni futur. L’art qui n’est pas dans le present ne sera jamais” - Pablo Picasso.  What does Picasso mean? In art, he says, there is no past or future. There is only the present. Art…
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Friday, 06 April 2012 07:58
Older couples, especially if they have been widowed or married to others, often don’t wish to live together. They prefer to marry.I have found, however, that those who enter into such marriages are often oblivious to the financial consequences that can be incurred if the relationship breaks&
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Friday, 09 March 2012 07:22
I once read an article in the Sunday Times that ruined my otherwise very pleasant day.The piece by concerned a mother who was being imprisoned because of her&
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Saturday, 04 February 2012 08:28
How healthy is divorce litigation for everyone involved: clients, their families, the lawyers and others? How healthy is it for anyone involved in these cases?Paranoia is a profound distrust or suspicion of others, which&
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Friday, 27 January 2012 08:30
Custody mediation can be a dress rehearsal for a court-ordered child-custody evaluation, because if the case is not settled in mediation, an evaluation could be next. Mediation can help parents dig themselves out of entrenched&
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Saturday, 21 January 2012 07:57
I have been fortunate enough recently to attend two horse racing events. I love the races, even though I’m not much of a gambler. The sleek lines of the beautiful horses, the roar of the crowd, everyone dressed up to the nines; intent on having a really good time and celebrating the King of&
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Friday, 20 January 2012 08:20
Clients don’t always realise that how they dress, act and speak are crucial factors that will undoubtedly weigh on a judge’s mind during a case. When there is a decision to be made in favour of the client, or against them, even the smallest details can make a huge difference.Several years &
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Thursday, 05 January 2012 08:31
Divorce is always turbulent, and often fraught with unexpected complications, but an economic recession may make a bad situation worse. If you are about to divorce or are considering it, choices made now will have a significant impact upon your financial future.Here are 10 tips to help you&
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Wednesday, 28 December 2011 08:37
If you have been through divorce then you are familiar with the rules and procedures that govern the legal process. Divorce is a civil action, and every state has rules of civil procedure. What you don't hear about — but have probably fallen ...
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Wednesday, 14 December 2011 07:32