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Healthy Approaches to an Amicable Divorce

Getting divorced is a process that requires patience and kindness. No matter who initiated the separation, everyone will be hurting. The people who will feel the most pain are your children. You and your partner must ensure that you stay respectful and sensitive to their feelings throughout this process. Make a plan for informing them about the

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Inheritance Disputes: Why These Family Dramas Are Common After Death

When Aretha Franklin died, everyone assumed that she would have a peaceful death. She gifted the world with her beautiful voice and songs like “R-E-S-P-E-C-T” for decades, after all. But her passing only started a drama that has been going on for almost three years: inheritance dispute. The story is complicated and sometimes feels like

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Who Gets the Kids: The Heartbreaking Battles in Child Custody

A divorce can be a devastating event that plagued your family. Regardless of the reasons for separation, it can affect everyone involved in the most hurtful way. One of the people who will suffer is your kid, who might be at the receiving end of the trauma and long-term effects of being in a broken

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Prenuptial Agreement: Why You Should Get One

When it comes to preparing for a marriage, couples often focus on glamorous components. You put all your time, money and effort into the venue, food, clothing and the like. Although these are essential parts of your big day, there may be other important matters of your marriage you may overlook. One of them is

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The Best Courtroom Movies to Watch During the Pandemic

Apart from reading books and attending lectures, there are plenty of other ways to learn about your course. Movies can be good for learning because they keep you entertained and engaged while providing you with relevant information. After all, humans process visual information way faster than text. And depending on the genre, films often keep

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The New York Bar Exam: A Guide for Foreign Lawyers

Earning your law degree, no matter which country you got it in, is a grueling process. You have to complete a four-year bachelor degree and spend another four years finishing your law degree. And if you finally want to practice the profession, you have to get admitted to your nation or state’s bar association. Once

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