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    Quite frankly pope, your post is SO accurate and to the point, I mistook you for a spam bot for a minute.

    No link pointing to other sites though… what makes me a bit suspicious is that a “family lawyer” can be a person who represents the different interests of different members of the same family.

    However, a lawyer experienced in family law would have specialised in dealing with family issues in regard to the law, as per the first part of your post;-

    Attorneys and lawyers practicing family law take up cases relating to all kinds of family related issues. These can be adoption, prenuptial agreements, marriage, divorce, separation, legal separation, annulment, alimony, division of the property accumulated during the marriage, domestic violence, negotiation, adjudication, child custody and support, child abduction, kidnapping or child seizure, emancipation, abuse in the marriage, parental rights, paternity, juvenile, felonies etc., and many such cases related to family

    which is totally unrelated to this;-

    Other than this they also deal with regular cases relating to criminal laws, property related laws, probation law, trusts etc.

    Criminal law isn’t civil law. At least in England and Wales in the UK (Scotland is different law system) I honestly do not know where the different states of the US stack up.

    Then you go tangential with this;-

    However, the majority of the cases that come to family lawyers are the divorce, separation, abuse or child custody cases.

    And leave me completely bamboozled with;-

    A number of details need to be considered when it comes to these cases and family lawyers are specialized in all the legalities involved in such cases.

    So, are you a spambot, or what?






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