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Attorney’s Fees

Friday November 25, 2016
Attorney’s Fees

Who pays the lawyers if you lose?

Many are often discouraged from asserting rights because they fear facing oppressive fees from attorneys if the case is lost.   In this Article — for Living with the Law Subscribers — that fright is deflated.  And, particularly when it comes to tenants and even cooperative or condominium owners, that anxiety, much more often than not, is misplaced. …  

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A Child’s Wish – Does it count in divorce?

Friday September 23, 2016
A Child’s Wish – Does it count in divorce?

I was saddened by the announcement of the impending Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt divorce.  The odds are never good these days.  More are getting divorced than staying together.  Somehow, it seemed, this one might work, despite its Hollywood backdrop.  It was not to be however.

Angelina has demanded physical custody of all of the children, with visitation rights for Brad. …  

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The F.B.I. and D.C. Statehood

Monday April 11, 2016
The F.B.I. and D.C. Statehood

The Federal Bureau of Investigation proposes to relocate from the District of Columbia into nearby Virginia or Maryland. For reasons outlined in this Article, that move should not be allowed unless Washington, D.C. is accorded statehood status.

Every human being on this planet, residing in a nation with a representative government, enjoys political standing and sovereignty, except those who happen to reside in Washington, D.C. …  

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