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Important Decision on Prenuptial Agreements in Singapore

By admin | Jun 22, 2017

In the past, Singapore followed the English rule that prenuptial agreements are generally unenforceable. However, more recent developments, both in England as well as in Singapore, have held this rule is outdated and should give way to a principle that prenuptial agreements may be considered, as part of all the circumstances in a case, in a court's determination of what is just and fair.

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What Are the Grounds for Divorce in Maryland?

By admin | Jun 13, 2017

What are the legal grounds for divorce in Maryland? Read this guide to learn more about how the state of Maryland handles divorce.

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How Supreme Court May Continue to Impact Family Law

By admin | Jun 13, 2017

The appointment and eventual confirmation of Justice Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court captured the attention of those in the media and the public at large. Any new member of the court is able to offer a huge impact on the cases they hear and the legal areas they concern, capable of tilting the ideological balance of the court in one way or another. From the election itself to healthcare and immigration, a wide range of topics have been at the center of most discussions of the Supreme Court, and new Justice Gorsuch.

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Your Stress-Reducing, Health-Promoting, Ridiculous Divorce Quiz

By admin | Jun 12, 2017

Divorce, we can all agree, is no laughing matter. But if you can manage a laugh here and there, you'll not only be happier but probably healthier as well! Just ask any psychoneuroimmunologist… and then try this quiz to get the laugh juices flowing.

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A Brief Introduction To The History and Principles of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

By admin | Jun 8, 2017

The widespread ratification of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child stands as a testament to the values expressed within it, and the work of innumerable contributors from around the globe. Several controversial issues addressed during the drafting process included the definition of a child, the determination of fundamental freedoms, protecting the best interests of children who are being adopted, and the minimum age that children can be participants in armed conflict. Subject to the resources they have available, all state parties must allocate public funds to ensure that laws, policies and programs within the state are consistent with the rights recognised in the Convention.

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5 Tips to Help You Choose A Divorce Lawyer

By admin | Jun 6, 2017

Have you made the harsh decision of divorcing your partner? If so, you may be looking for a good divorce lawyer. They provide relevant legal services charging reasonable fees. Given below are a few tips that can help you choose the right one. Read on.

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3 Common Mistakes of Child Custody Cases

By admin | May 30, 2017

Not every marriage ends up well. Some marriages break up in the course of time. In such situation, if they are childless then the divorce is mutual.

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3 Possible Reasons That Can Cause a Divorce

By admin | May 29, 2017

Marriages are said to be made in heaven. But unfortunately, some cannot survive the problems on earth itself and unfortunately they break. The reasons might vary from person to person.

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5 Major Reasons Why Marriages Break

By admin | May 22, 2017

There is this saying that goes” marriages are made in Heaven”. I really do not know if there is truth in it but if it is true all who are married are truly lucky. did I say lucky! No! Actually are blessed!. Why? I know some are asking this question. Well, it is simple; marriage is holy and is ordained by God Himself. Did you get that! God Himself. Meaning, it is something precious in the eyes of God. There are many reasons as to why marriages break but today, I will explore five major ones. Below, you will get to learn why your marriage or marriages break. Break up is never sweet. It is always bitter no matter how you want to see it.

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