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What’s in a name?

When divorced parents have joint legal custody and a child is born in wedlock, how will the Court address one parent's desire to change the child's surname?In the recently decided case of Emma v. Evans, the Court eliminated the previous presumption in favor of the...

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What’s in a name?

When divorced parents have joint legal custody and a child is born in wedlock, how will the Court address one parent's desire to change the child's surname?In the recently decided case of Emma v. Evans, the Court eliminated the previous presumption in favor of the...

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Financial threats common in divorce

While some divorcing spouses can reach an amicable split, many other divorces are characterized by conflict and deep emotional upheaval. Threats are not uncommon in these cases, and husbands and wives who have been physically threatened by their spouses should get out...

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