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If you are concerned about the growing incidents of identity theft, I recommend the following post from Trent Wilcox of the Arizona Divorce & Family Law blog: It’s beginning to look a lot like . . . well, like the winter holidays, with all the gift-giving and –receiving opportunities that abound. Gift lists grow ever-longer...

In September, I commented on a series of disturbing articles in the New York Times about the lack of justice being dispensed in New York’s village and town courts. Bloglines reports the reform is coming. “New York judicial officials have a plan to begin reforming the state’s 300-year-old system of town and village courts, which...

The Rosen Law Blog  reminds us that there are penalties for the failure to pay child support.. The most obvious penalty is that the “dead-beat” parent can be incarcerated and held in contempt of court. In addition, in New York, the failure of a parent to pay court ordered child support can result in the...

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