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Blog Posts in November, 2014

  • Can Bitcoins Hide Financial Assets?

    || 14-Nov-2014

    When a couple chooses to get a divorce, they will find themselves searching their homes and computers for complete documentation of their property and assets. The court requires that you disclose all of this information in order to determine a fair divorce settlement for both of the parties in the divorce. However some people will still try to hide assets from a spouse in order to keep more for ...
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  • How to Change a Child Support Order

    || 10-Nov-2014

    When child custody and visitation are determined, part of the court order may require one parent to pay child support to the other parent. Child support is money given to one parent in order to help pay for the living and educational expenses of a child until they reach the age of 21. A child support agreement is approved or determined by the court and any changes to this agreement must be done ...
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  • Attorney-Client Confidentiality

    || 6-Nov-2014

    It is commonly thought that the communication between an attorney and their client is completely confidential, meaning that any statements or recordings cannot be repeated in the court without the consent of the client. A client can admit guilt to an attorney, but the attorney still cannot admit this in a court of law. However, there are some instances where attorney-client confidentiality does ...
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  • New York Marriage Annulment Laws

    || 4-Nov-2014

    Some marriages in New York can be voided, which is known as an annulment. To be considered void, it must be proven that the marriage should never have occurred at all. What marriages can be annulled? Marriages can be voided based on whether or not the marriage should have been legitimate to begin with, or if a court decides that the marriage is void. Some of the reasons that a marriage can be ...
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