The QILDRO law, which provides for dividing state and local public pensions at divorce, took effect July 1. Here's the lowdown.
July 1999 • Volume 87 • Number 7 • Pages 341–392
Your client comes to you, Linda-Tripp style, with a tape-recorded conversation: What do you do? Read and find out.
Here's how to exclude evidence that would tend to lessen damages if admitted.
Proving damages in soft-tissue cases can be difficult. This article offers tips.
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If matrimonial law is part of your practice, you won't want to miss Ronda Glenn's and Michelle Mosby-Scott's timely article on Illinois' QILDRO law, which took effect just days before this issue of the Journal arrived in your mailbox.
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Think no one would try to scam a lawyer? Think again.
Taking time to help associates to write better will pay in the long run.
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