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Marilyn Gale Vilyus
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http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2014/03/gardening-bees/

Thank goodness that Spring is stumbling into view.  Although they are calling for snow later this week, there are tons of plants and trees in bloom.  Soon the "bees will be roaring like Spring" which was a phrase used in a 1863 letter home to our family by Cephas Hartzog as he rode through Rutherfordton, N.C. as part of the NC Calvary.

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What is the difference between a “No Fault” New Jersey Divorce as opposed to an “Uncontested” Divorce?

As a New Jersey Divorce Attorney for nearly two decades, I have met many folks who are confused between the differences of a ”No Fault” New Jersey divorce and a “uncontested” divorce.  While they may sound similar, the two are radically different.  Let’s explore.
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The scene is BEAUTIFUL but.....shouldn't there be more snow in the middle of winter?
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Leaving the Big Firm Life to Start My Own Practice

Today is my last day at a large, national law firm.  I'm leaving on my own volition to start a new practice in Jacksonville, FL. It's exciting and terrifying all at the same time.  I'll be relying on the advice and guidance of lawyers in the G+ community that have made the same leap of faith to help me along the way.  Any advice you can offer me would be appreciated.  Feel free to leave a comment with any suggestions, links, articles, advice, etc.  Or feel free to email me at my new address (which I can't check until Monday): TD@DavisPLLC.com.   Wish me luck.

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Are you out of State or out of the Country?  We can help you with your family law case in Houston, Texas and surrounding counties!  See westhoustonattorney.com or call us at 281.550.6650.

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Preserving evidence of abuse is critical and difficult because the victim is fearful but at same time often hopeful things will change for better. Take pictures of injuries. Go to hospital. Make a report. Please be safe.
Far too often as a New Jersey Divorce Attorney, my cases involve some semblance of NJ domestic violence.  When folks finally come to consult with my office regarding such terrible situations, I always ask if they have preserved any “evidence”  (I frequently ask the same question in a New Jersey Child Custody case).  During a New Jersey Final Restraining Order trial, the old “he said, she said,” scenario almost always raises its ugly head.  This is the case in most domestic violence trials.  Simply put, it is extremely rare for a witness to be there when domestic violence occurs.  A vast majority of New Jersey domestic violence incidents occur inside the home.  Therefore, obtaining and safeguarding evidence is crucial.  The “he said, she said” dilemma is virtually eliminated in a restraining order trial when this New Jersey Family lawyer has hard evidence to introduce to the Superior Court of New Jersey.  Let’s explore further.  
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