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Is divorce genetic?

For years, there has been a connection linking divorce rates between parents and their kids showing that "divorce runs in the family". Studies conducted have suggested that the link stems from raising a child in a divorce household, which exposes them to the experience of divorce.

3 documents you may need if you are unmarried

According to recent statistics, the current rate of marriage in the U.S. has declined to roughly 50 percent. At the same time, the number of people who live with a partner and/or raise a child outside of marriage is increasing.

A good example of the qualities of a good lawyer via Netflix's "Making a Murderer"

A good example of the qualities of a good lawyer may be viewed actually by watching "Making a Murderer," the Netflix docuseries, and observing the defendant's attorneys. People are often mislead by the popular misconception that the loudest and most aggressive lawyer wins the case. This could not be further from the truth and it could end up costing you more in the long run.

Bounds of Advocacy vs. Divorce Rage Phenomenon

In the practice of matrimonial and family law, commitment to the Bounds of Advocacy distinguishes a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers from other practitioners to successfully counteract the "divorce rage" phenomenon. The Bounds of Advocacy represent standards of professional conduct a step above the traditional Rules of Professional Conduct adopted by the American Bar Association and most state bar associations. The Bounds of Advocacy are specifically designed to address the unique challenges indigenous to family law matters to most effectively represent the client.

Impact of VA Disability on Child Support and Alimony in New Jersey

In the recent New Jersey Appellate Division decision of Ortiz v. Ortiz, the Court ruled that qualification for VA disability may justify modification of child support and alimony obligations. In the matter Ortiz v. Ortiz, the party paying support achieved a 40 percent VA disability rating and the Court found this sufficient to open the case up for review and a potential downward modification of child support and spousal support.

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