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Different types of separation explained

Relationship breakdown is never easy. Despite common images in the media, most couples simply want to split amicably and fairly, even though emotions might be running high. In order to …

Grounds for Divorce in Suffolk County

Divorce is never easy, even when it is widely accepted. It is hard on the spouses, and even harder for the kids, to adjust to being single again. In some …

Confusion Arises Over Rolling Stone Rape Story

The late withdrawal of Rolling Stone of its highly controversial rape article that supposedly talks about a rape case that transpired in Virginia opened the door to various legal damage …

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