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Discovery - what does that mean again? Discovery is the main process through which information is gathered that is relevant to a case. In Family Court cases, for example, the discovery process allows me, as counsel, to obtain information from the opposing party that my client...

For most high school seniors, one of the rites of spring has become the application process for college and the attendant need for funding college expenses. Indeed, spring for high school seniors (and their parents) is a season of change and a time of wading...

The Family Court offers parties the opportunity to come before the Court in an effort to establish temporary terms to be put in place while litigation is pending. At a temporary hearing, for example, a Family Court Judge receives temporary hearing packets from both parties,...