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Basics of stalking charges in domestic violence cases

You may believe that if you are in a romantic relationship with another person that you cannot be charged with stalking that individual. You may similarly believe that if you are in a romantic relationship with another person that you cannot seek to have stalking charges brought against that individual. Each of these assumptions is untrue.

Approaching the divorce process from a place of integrity

If you Google the word “integrity” the search engine will provide you with two definitions. First, it will tell you that this noun means “the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness.” Second, it will tell you that integrity means “the state of being whole and undivided.”

Understanding the important basics of prenuptial agreements

Though they were not always regarded in these terms, prenuptial agreements are now widely considered to be thoughtful, intelligent and forward-thinking documents. No longer are they drafted only in marriages containing great wealth and/or great distrust. On the contrary, prenuptial agreements are now considered to be a tool in the kind of toolbox that builds healthy, happy marriages.

Navigating pet custody issues during divorce

If you are a pet owner, you likely consider your pets to be members of the family. However, it is important that you understand that the law does not usually view your dogs, cats and other animals in the same way. Generally, if you divorce you and your spouse will be compelled to treat your pets as a matter for your property division settlement if you disagree on how their care should be addressed in the wake of your divorce.

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