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International Marriages Disintegrate with Global Economy

International marriages that often thrive with money, may wither as the global recession takes hold and deepens. Divorce lawyers in metro-poles such as New York City and London are noting an upswing in their international clientele. International marriages and their attendant transnational families complicate the divorce process, especially when marital assets are in a country […]

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Same Sex Unions Gain Ground in Midwest

In a highly controversial ruling from the Iowa Supreme Court, same sex couples received a green-light for marriage when a state law banning such marriages was determined unconstitutional. In a 63 page decision (the first 6-pages of which listed a series of opposing amicus groups that had legal representation in the briefing of the case), […]

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Court of Appeals Decides Another Relocation Case

One of the most significant (and often painful) events in divorce proceedings is when a parent seeks a change of domicile; a relocation of the children beyond the 100-miles allowed by the Legislature in the Child Custody Act. These motions often result in hearings that can be more traumatic to the parties and children than […]

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Fatal Hit and Run Client is in the News

Our firm was recently retained by a woman charged with leaving the scene of an injury accident resulting in death, a five-year felony. The Oakland County case has resulted in media attention due to the surrounding circumstances. Timothy P. Flynn is handling the matter for the firm. Links to some of the articles published about […]

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