Wow: I've written 500 of these posts! I wrote the first post back on September 28, 2011, when I had no idea what to write about. Obviously, I've spent most of my time writing about family law, matrimonial law, some criminal law, some vehicle and traffic law, and a lot about appeals. Those are the five areas of law in which I am most interested. I have to admit that even after twenty-one years of practicing law, it's still fun. And it should be. After all, if you're not passionate about what you do in life, then why the hell are you doing it? Life's too short not to love what you do for a living. I'm coming up on the big 5-0 next month. I can actually imagine doing this gig, so long as I have my health, until I'm 80. Why retire when you're doing what you love? 30 more years of fun! Seriously!
The first case is a lesson in "What Not To Do!" in a hearing as to whether or not you are in willful violation of a court order for child support.
The second case is an example of why it is always in your best interests to expeditiously comply with court orders. Because you never know what tomorrow might bring.
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