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Part 2 – The Probate Process: Ways to Contest a Will

Editor’s Note: This is Part 2 of our series on the Probate Process. To learn more, start with Part 1: The Will.  In “Part 1: The Will,” we explained the purpose of a will and how a will is executed. In

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Can You Be Married Without A Wedding?

You might be surprised to know that two people can get married without ever walking down an aisle. If those two people express a present tense intent to be married and hold themselves out as spouses, they may be considered

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When Do You Need An Expert Witness?

In trial, you should never go it alone if you don’t have to. Sometimes the best defense requires the testimony of an expert (or two). What is an “expert witness”? There are two types of witnesses in litigation: a lay

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Divorce and Annulment for Civilians and Military Members

Whatever the reasons may be, ending a marriage is often a difficult process, both emotionally and legally. Marriages typically end through a divorce from your spouse, but on occasion, through annulment. While members of the military follow the same procedures

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