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Intent not required in simple fraud cases

Posted by Brian Ritchey | Jan 07, 2019 | 0 Comments

A common misconception in situations where one believes they have been a victim of fraud is that the wrongdoer has to have some level of intent to defraud. In cases where there is promissory fraud, suppression material facts or malice, this is true. However, simple fraud does not require intent. ...

2018 Changes in How Alimony Is Awarded

Posted by Brian Ritchey | Jan 03, 2019 | 0 Comments

On January 1, 2018, changes to two statutory provisions affecting alimony went into effect. The two statutes are §§ 30-2-56 and 30-2-57. §30-2-56 now allows for an award of “interim alimony”, also known as alimony pendente lite, while a divorce, legal separation, or annulment is pending. This is ...

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