Blog Posts in November, 2017

Former Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi Wins Alimony Case

An Italian court ruled on Thursday, November 16 that former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi no longer needs to pay his ex-wife 1.4 million euros ($1.7 million) per month. The Milan appeals ...
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Have you Considered and Planned for the Holidays?

Most Parenting Plans include provisions for major holidays, which typically include Thanksgiving and Winter Break (Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, specifically). It can be a good idea to review your ...
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Keeping a Close Eye on the Masterpiece Cake Maker Lawsuit

Groups from across the United States continue to speak out for, and against, the gay couple who were denied service by a cake shop in Lakewood, CO back in 2012. The couple, Dave Mullins and Charlie ...
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Honoring Attorney Dianne Van Voorhees

In recognition of Native American Heritage Month , today we honor Dianne Van Voorhees (Turtle Mountain Chippewa). Dianne is an attorney with the Harris Law Firm and former Executive Director of Metro ...
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