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Will possessing an opioid lead to charges?

Opioids are strong, potentially dangerous drugs. For the most part, they are used in controlled settings in hospitals or prescribed to patients who have chronic or serious pain. Unfortunately, opioids have led to the opioid crisis due to overprescribing and have...

The Aftermath of Divorce Litigation

By: Michele Olsen, Esq., MA, MSW If a divorce action can be characterized as a rollercoaster of sorts, what often occurs after a divorce is settled can be likened to a carousel of never-ending litigation. As many divorced individuals know all too well,...

The Anatomy of a Divorce Action

By: Michele Olsen, M.A., M.S.W., Esq. The most common questions asked to matrimonial attorneys by both potential and current clients are: “how much will my divorce cost and how long will it take?” Unfortunately, the answer to both these questions are dependent on...

How will marital debt be divided in my divorce?

By Alexandra Mulé If you find yourself in a position prior to your divorce wondering what will happen to the debt my spouse and I incurred throughout our marriage, this post may be familiarize your understanding. When you get divorced, the Court will divide your...

GRANDPARENT RIGHTS TO VISITATION

By Hope Tuber If you are a grandparent, what rights do you have to visit your grandchildren? The Court of Appeals in, In the Matter of E.S. v. P.D. addressed this issue. In that case, husband and wife were married and had one child. Unfortunately, the wife was...