I Do… I Did… I’m Done

When “happily ever after” becomes more like “neverly ever after,” you may find yourself walking down the aisle to divorce court. Similar to marriage, divorce is not something that you plunge into. After all, when you said “I do” divorce wasn’t part of the plan. Now that it is, you’re likely not sure where to even begin.

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Workplace Sexual Harassment

Some people may define sexual harassment as the act of someone blatantly requesting sexual favors, or even outright sexual assault. But, sexual harassment is more than just that. Sexual intimidation, lewd jokes, and work pornography can also be considered sexual harassment and do not have to be tolerated.

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Identifying Retaliation Tactics as a Whistleblower

A whistleblower is someone who reports a person or organization’s illegal action to an internal or external source. Ideally, an employee should be able to report illegal or immoral activities without facing retaliatory consequences. In fact, government and corporate entities often rely on whistleblowers to provide information that exposes hidden corruption and unethical practices.

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What You Need to Know About Spousal Support Modifications

During a divorce settlement, a judge may award alimony, or spousal support, to the lower-earning spouse. The purpose of alimony is to provide financial stability while the spouse transitions to single life and pursues gainful employment. Before awarding alimony, a judge must review the financial situations of both spouses and determine if alimony is necessary and can be afforded.

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What Should I Do After a DUI Arrest?

DUI charges can be life-altering, which is why it is so important for you to know what to do and take immediate action to protect your rights and your future. If you were arrested for a DUI, you might feel overwhelmed, confused, and unsure of your next step.

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The #MeToo Movement & Employment Law

Last year, celebrity scandals pushed the #MeToo movement to center stage, drawing the public eye and empowering sexual assault victims to speak up about their own experiences. This campaign has not only made a significant impact on the lives of victims but has also led to a spike in employment law cases.

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Employment LawHigh Five
Violation of a Family Law Court Order

Court orders in family law cases are final and binding. This means that both parties must abide by the stipulations set forth in the court order. Whether the court order pertains to child custody and visitation, spousal support, division of assets and property, or other family law or divorce matters, both parties must perform the necessary functions as regulated in the order.

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