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  • They love you, they care about you, they care about your children, and they want what’s best for you. Plus, you rely on them for support, understanding, and just for listening to you. But don’t listen to your family members or friends about what to do in your family court case. Unless they are experienced […]

  • In family court cases you will hear the term “ADR” used by attorneys and judges. It stands for “Alternative Dispute Resolution”, which is a procedure for settling disputes by means other than litigation. This can be done through mediation, arbitration or other kinds of negotiations. In family court, one Alternative Dispute Resolution method that is […]

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