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December 2017 Archives

Mother fights for son, claiming radicalization of son

A mother in New York is fighting against her child's father claiming that he is radicalizing their son. The mother, who is a practicing Muslim and American citizen believes that her ex-husband has been feeding their son extreme ideologies, which could have negative implications for his future.

A prenuptial agreement protects you and your spouse

You are getting married to the love of your life, and you don't want to do anything that could jeopardize that relationship. People have been telling you that you need to get a prenuptial agreement, but you think that might insult your partner and that your relationship will suffer as a result.

An economy of short-term gigs limits child support options

Today's world is one with a gig economy. What's meant by that? It's one where people can live by completing small gigs here and there instead of working a traditional 9-to-5 job. Contracted employees are paid per job, and with that, have a potential to have child support withheld from those paychecks. The difficulty is that it's hard to find out what those individuals make and could be next to impossible to get the companies to cooperate.