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Does the Monied Spouse Always Have to Pay Their Spouse's Counsel Fees?
Does the Monied Spouse Always Have to Pay Their Spouse's Counsel Fees?

What is DRL §237(A)? DRL §237(A) IS THE LAW THAT PERMITS THE AWARD OF ATTORNEYS’ FEES AT THE COURT’S DISCRETION AND AS JUSTICE REQUIRES. THE LAW EXPRESSLY STATES THAT THERE “SHALL” BE A REBUTTABLE PRESUMPTION THAT COUNSEL FEES SHALL BE AWARDED TO THE LESS MONIED SPOUSE. The ...

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    WHILE THE TERM “SANCTUARY CITY” HAS NO SPECIFIC DEFINITION, THEY ARE IN ESSENCE AMERICAN CITIES THAT HAVE ENACTED UNIQUE, BUT VASTLY SIMILAR, LAWS AND ...

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