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A skilled and sensitive divorce lawyer like Marilyn Stowe can make all the difference. 
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Monday, 30 December 2013 22:29
Dorothy Frasca has over 25 years experience running her own investigation agency. She started her career as a paralegal working with prominent New York Tri-State law firms. Dorothy founded Davis Investigations, Inc. in 1989. The agency is licensed in New York, Connecticut and New Jersey. This is a family business. One of Dorothy’s two sons, Adam is also a private investigator and has joined her in the business. Davis Investigations has extensive experience working with women and men who are concerned that a spouse may be cheating or that an ex-spouse may be a negligent parent.First Wives World spoke with Dorothy about the signs of infidelity and how a private investigator can help you obtain evidence to make a decision about your future.
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Wednesday, 17 July 2013 18:44
Most of us have heard the jokes portraying lawyers as money-hungry sharks. Unfortunately some of these jokes are based on truths. As you begin this journey, your choice of a divorce attorney is among the most important — a make or break decision. A contested divorce, like any conflict, takes a…
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Monday, 17 June 2013 10:47
What is the difference between a "settlement" and "alimony"? Is it still a 'settlement' and not alimony if my ex-husband is paying me monthly? Answer: I think you're asking about the difference between alimony and the division of marital assets (what you're calling the settlement). Your share of the marital assets can be
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Friday, 07 June 2013 18:01
I left my husband a few months back, but I'm running out of money. He's not paying child support for the kids, and I don't know what to do. Who can help me get the money he owes me? Answer: You can help you get the money! Determine the right courthouse in your community to seek a child support order
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Tuesday, 04 June 2013 12:06
I've done some searches around the interwebs and haven't seen a whole lot of 'what to expect' for divorcees and court. So I'm going to do my brave best to share how mine went in a generalized fashion. Hopefully, you find some of it useful and can walk into your hearing feeling more prepared than I did.Before you go anywhere, a good attorney should prep you. I've gone through 3 attorneys and only one actually prepped me. The first attorney I had was a good attorney, but I had to ask him questions to get any sense of what I was about to walk into. My second attorney, a woman, was a complete mess in the courtroom. Got incredibly nervous and gave me NO feeling of comfort. My third attorney, a 20 yr veteran and former prosecutor, was incredibly confident and prepped me at a restaurant BEFORE I ever stepped foot in the courtroom. (here are some key tips for finding the right attorney).
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Tuesday, 26 March 2013 12:09
When I had my kids, I bought ipecac syrup to keep in the medicine cabinet on the off chance that one of them might swallow something potentially fatal. Twenty years later, the bottle's still there, its seal unbroken, my heart full of thanks. We hope for the best, but prepare for the worst. Like any…
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Tuesday, 19 February 2013 08:43
Okay all you brides and grooms getting married in the coming months. It's time for a change. And that change is to banish the words "Till Death Do Us Part" from your wedding vows. The words "Till Death Do Us Part" have defined how we look at marriage for generations. But in fact, they…
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Friday, 11 May 2012 12:22
It's bad enough that we might be digesting the "d-word" (divorce), it's an entirely different challenge to be faced with the b-word — yes bankruptcy. It even sounds hard coming out, right? Well, unfortunately, many women who are
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Thursday, 27 January 2011 11:39
Maybe because I deal with a lot of divorced women who have had their hearts sautéed in a frying pan as a result of infidelity and disappointment, I am not surprised that Elizabeth Edwards could be both Saint Elizabeth and Lady Macbeth.Some women are just driven to it. I am not making an excuse &
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Thursday, 28 January 2010 10:03
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