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Creating A Chronology

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There are often lots of key dates and details that led to an individual seeking a divorce or family law matter. In a long-term marriage for example, there can be lots of key dates. These keys dats can be vital to the case. It might be the date an affair was discovered. It might be the date the parties separated. Or, it could be the date of a domestic violence ocured. The possibilites are really endless. However, many divorce and family law clients ought to think long and hard about putting together a chronology of key events for their divorce or family law matter. A chronology can ensure a lawyer knows everthing important that has occured. To find out more on this topic, you can read an article on Family Law Headqarters titled: How A Chronology Can Help Your Lawyer.

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