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|February 1, 2012||Issue 1|
Welcome to the first issue of the free Divorce and Family Law Newsletter. In each issue you’ll find legal news consumers can use, collected from the daily Lawyers.com blog and other LexisNexis resources. Be sure to subscribe now. This newsletter will include divorce, child support, alimony, child custody, fathers’ rights, premarital agreements and related information. We’ll also bring you articles about adoption, paternity, child abuse and domestic violence.
My aim is for you to know your rights and how to use them. By reading this newsletter, you will be up-to-date on the latest developments. Feel free to email me at Larry.Bodine@LexisNexis.com if there is a topic you’d like to see covered.
Is Your Husband Cheating on You?
Infidelity is one of the leading causes of divorce. But how do you know if your husband is cheating on you? There are some tell-tale clues and patterns that can help tip you off. Learn how to spot the clues that your husband might be having an affair. Find Out More…
Hulk Hogan Down for the Count in Divorce
A recent court filing spilled the beans on Linda Bollea’s 2009 divorce settlement with wrestling superstar Hulk Hogan, and it’s a whopper. The WWF icon was taken to the mat by his ex—giving up big shares of their liquid assets, real estate and partial ownership of the companies that manage sales and licensing of Hulk-brand products. Find out what else Linda received in the divorce. Find Out More…
Anything You Say on Facebook Can Be Used Against You
Facebook may seem like a harmless hobby, but make no mistake: The blunders you post on the site can come back to haunt you. Personal posts and photos have recently been used against people in a variety of lawsuits, including a divorce and personal injury lawsuit. Learn how to avoid making the same mistakes in your divorce and child custody case. Find Out More…
Custody for an Absentee Parent?
A mother cries out for help at the Lawyers.com legal forums. Her son’s father doesn’t pay child custody and sees his son a handful of times a year. Now he wants custody. Can he get it? Yes, it’s possible, but it’s not going to be easy, say two family law lawyers. Find Out More…