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I take pleasure in recommending All Family Law Group (Lynette Silon-Laguna, P.A.) she is a skilled family law attorney with a wealth of experience and takes her representation of clients seriously.

 

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An optical illusion happens because the different parts of the eye process images and colours at different speeds, this sometimes means that false images are sent to the brain. The brain receives this information but actually, the eye only sees some visual information at any given time, and our brain processes this and fills in the gaps to give the impression of continuous movement. This is highlighted in a television which actually shows a different image 25 times a second but our brain doesn't see the changes.

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07-03-2013 13:11:00 PM

 

When people are married and they purchase a house together, the house is automatically titled as tenants in the entirety, which means that each party owns the entire house and this is referred to as an undivided interest in the property. Both have the right to occupy it and use the property and they each have a right of survivorship, so if one of the parties dies then the property would ...�

 

06-10-2013 15:47:00 PM
 
In a divorce, one of the more difficult areas for divorce attorneys may be determining the distribution of the parties' assets. First it must be determined what assets are non-marital. Normally, if an asset is purchased prior to the marriage then it would be considered premarital property and the party who purchased it prior to the marriage will receive it, except as stated in Fla. Statute � ...�

 

06-07-2013 11:48:00 AM
 

The answer to the question is that it depends. First, you need to know that there is civil domestic violence and there is criminal domestic violence and these are treated differently, so the answer would depend on which it is in your case. If there is evidence of civil domestic violence or child abuse or there is an injunction for protection against domestic violence determined in a civil

  
05-23-2013 15:38:00 PM
The length and what is involved in the divorce process depends upon the parties involved. Furthermore, if you or your husband or wife is in the military, there may be issues involved such as military retirement, special residency requirements, requirements of service on an active duty spouse. There are those who can agree on a settlement of their issues and so obtaining a divorce is uncontested....�
  
When you give money to charity, it's    reasonable to expect the money will go to, well, the charity. But there's an entire industry of "charities" that are masterful at raising money that overwhelmingly goes to the paid companies that do the fundraising.
  
The Center for Investigative Reporting and the St. Petersburg, Fla., Tampa Bay Times examined the tax records of 6,000 charities that used paid fundraisers and identified the 50 worst in America.
 

 

 

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