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  • 28 May. 2012

    Can You Afford Justice?

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    Justice, as most people imagine it, may only exist in books and movies. In the real life world of divorce proceedings, nobody truly wins or loses. Although the question is often asked of attorneys, "How many cases have you won?" it is important to understand that successful divorce proceedings are not measured by who wins or loses. Put another way, divorce cases are settled and every ...
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  • 24 May. 2012

    Is Marriage Better the Second Time Around?

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    Every morning Ms. Dillman kisses her husband goodbye then stands on the steps to wave goodbye as he drives off to work. And every afternoon the couple has a chat to just check in with one another. For both it is their second marriage. And this one has lasted 29 years. Is it luck that they found one another or simply the respect and love that they have for one another? A Wall Street Journal Article ...
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  • 21 May. 2012

    Epstein Credit and How it Works.

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    First Epistle to Timothy in Old Testament starts "For the love of money is the root of all evil." It goes without saying that the root of most divorces is discussion over money, or more accurately, the division of community property. And therein lies another saying worth repeating: the devil is in the details. Income earned after the date of the separation is treated by the court as ...
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  • 17 May. 2012

    A Bulldog Attorney - Are you kidding?

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    When considering any legal action, is a bulldog the best thing to have in your corner? In my opinion, the answer is a resounding NO! I'm astounded by how many of my colleagues promote themselves as "bulldogs." In fact, the best attorney to have is one that acts in your best interest without any hesitation of going to court when appropriate. A “bulldog” in the common use ...
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  • 14 May. 2012

    Divorce Meltdown

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    "Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, nor hell a fury like a woman scorned," wrote the English playwright, William Congreve in his play, The Mourning Bride. And speaking of the fury of a woman scorned, who can easily forget Betty Broderick versus her adulterous husband Dan Broderick? Although it happened almost 20 years ago, the story still resonates with anybody with knowledge ...
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  • 10 May. 2012

    Annulments Based on Fraud

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    Hollywood makes getting an annulment in California look easy: Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries' after 72 days of marriage, Nicky Hilton and Todd Meister after 2 months, Ali Landry and Mario Lopez after a few weeks, just to name a few. Set the illusion aside and the facts will tell you that getting an annulment is no easy feat. Most courts apply the " Essentials of Marriage " when ...
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  • 4 May. 2012

    Who Gets the Children?

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    Refrigerator Art. You know what I'm talking about: the scrawls, doodles and scribblings of your children boldly displayed on your family's refrigerator door. We parents look at this art form with such pride and love; each scrap symbolizing every nurturing moment. Our children see this ad hoc gallery as a symbol of our acceptance; our unconditional love. Unfortunately, from time to time, ...
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