Taking a Stand for Jesus: Inspiration From The Past Faith Successes of Others (Part 5 of 7)

When Daniel learned that the document had been signed, he went into his house. The windows in his upper room opened toward Jerusalem, and three times a day he got down on his knees, prayed, and gave thanks to his God, just as he had done before. Daniel 6:10. We are examining the book of

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Member Lawyer Spotlight: Blane McCarthy

I’m Blane McCarthy, a Jacksonville attorney since 1995 and mediator since 2000. As a Certified Circuit Mediator, I help bring peaceful resolutions to disputes in a way that is quick, professional, and cost-effective. Types of cases mediated: Personal Injury, Commercial, Probate, Foreclosure, Consumer, Nursing Home, Construction, Insurance, Collections. This is what I “do” in my

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Taking a Stand for Jesus: Inspiration From Our Past Faith Successes (Part 4 of 7)

At the end of the 10 days they looked better and healthier than all the young men who were eating the king’s food. So the guard continued to remove their food and the wine they were to drink and gave them vegetables. Daniel 1:15-16. As Christian lawyers, we often find ourselves in situations similar to

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What to Show a Court to Avoid a Finding of Willful Violation of Child Support?

In New York, the Family Court has the authority to impose incarceration and even probation in the event that child support is not paid and the Court finds a willful violation of the support order occurred. See, MATTER OF BERMEJO v. SUQUILANDA, 202 AD 3d 1080 [2nd Dent. 2022]. How do you show the Family

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How Does Domestic Violence Impact Equitable Distribution in a New York Divorce?

Domestic Violence can impact the financial aspects of a divorce in New York. It is similar to getting damages for personal injury however the victim is not required to show just physical harm. New York recognizes that domestic violence can also include emotional abuse and Courts find it to be even more egregious if it

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