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May 2014 Archives

Customer upset with cavalier attitude toward domestic abuse

There are many reasons why a marriage does not survive over time. One of the most devastating may be when domestic abuse has been suffered by a spouse. There is never a situation where the topic of violence in a relationship should be used as a tagline; however, one establishment recently posted a handwritten note that seemed to mock the subject. The business was not located in New York, but victims in every state may have seen the message posted on Facebook.

State still has legal custody of teen in middle of dispute

Many New York readers may have heard about the teenager from another state who has been the subject of several stories and the medical facility that accused her family of medical abuse. While the state still has legal custody of her, a recent decision has been made to move her closer to home. However, the girl is still not being returned to her parents at this time.

High divorce rate may drive more couples to get prenups

Love often leads to wedding bells in New York, but now there's a new trend. People who are falling in love aren't in such a rush to walk down the aisle these days -- not without first putting together a prenuptial agreement. Although people who are eager to get married hope that they will be married "'til death do they part," having a prenuptial agreement protects them in case a divorce happens instead.

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