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Attorney Melaney Hodge Attends Training to Participate in the ARC Program
Attorney Melaney Hodge recently attended training to participate in the ARC Program in Plymouth County. What is the ARC Program?
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Soaring for a Cure!
On June 8th and 9th, our team, "Legal Eagles," participated in the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life in Abington.  Thank you to everyone who made a donation to our team!
 I Want a Divorce, but I'm too Broke to Move Out!
Have you been thinking about a divorce, but is the thought of the financial impact as the result of maintaining two households overwhelming? In this economic climate, cohabitating after "separation" is common.  Click here for helpful tips and suggestions to avoid the pitfalls of living with your soon to be ex.
Side Agreements to Court Orders: Are They Enforceable?

Agreement In October 1996, Joan Quinn filed a complaint for contempt, alleging her former husband, Sean Quinn, failed to pay the $350.00 weekly court ordered child support. Sean filed an answer stating that his former wife agreed to accept $275.00 per week as part of an April 9, 1993 "agreement." Although the "agreement" was never presented or approved by the Court, Sean felt it was a defense to the contempt. The trial judge modified the child support, and did not enter a judgment of contempt.

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