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Had Enough? How To Prevent Problems In Your Divorce

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If you’ve reached the decision that it’s time for a divorce, be prepared for the long-haul. Divorces aren’t won overnight. In fact, divorces are seldom won at all. The truth is that divorce is a system of give and take, and there’s rarely an actual winner. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t come out of your divorce in good shape. The trick to that is to prepare yourself and be ready to take action to protect your interests.…

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How To Increase Your Odds Of Winning Joint Custody

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Going through a divorce is never easy, but when you also have children, you don’t want to lose precious time with them. Most parents want what’s best for their kids, and co-parenting through joint custody can offer stability both in the short and long run. If you’re looking for ways to increase your odds of getting joint custody, remember these general rules. Move to the Same School District If your children have reached school age or they’re close to it, and you’re the one moving out, pick a house or apartment within the same school district.…

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Can Statements You Make To Police While Intoxicated Be Used Against You?

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It’s standard procedure for police to ask people questions when they pull them over for DUIs. If you were intoxicated when the arrest occurred, though, you may be wondering if it’s legal for the police or prosecuting attorney to use your statements against you in court. It depends on the circumstances of arrest and the laws in your state. Here’s what you need to know. Involuntary Confessions In most jurisdictions, statements made while under the influence of drugs or alcohol is still admissible in court.…

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