Posted Oct 15, 2021
Many people assume that a divorce must be handled in a courtroom, but that’s actually not true. Many divorces can be settled outside of court, saving both parties a great deal of time, money, and stress. If you’re hoping to settle your divorce outside of court, and believe your ex will be willing to work with you on this, here are the steps you’ll need to follow.
Posted Oct 01, 2021
Defamation is one of a few exceptions to the First Amendment; freedom of speech does not apply if the statement is false and causes harm to another person or party. Both individuals and businesses can sue for damages resulting from defamatory statements, but what do these two types of cases have in common with each other, and how do they differ? Keep reading to find out.
Posted Sep 29, 2021
There are many aspects of a divorce that can become complicated, but one of the most consistently complex areas of divorce is asset division. In addition to the difficulties of assessing and valuing shared property, emotions can create additional tension and disagreements over how assets are divided. In the United States, most states follow an equitable-division law, which means marital assets are divided equally. But what about assets you own overseas? How is your foreign property divided? Keep reading to learn more?
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