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  • New page has been created, Scoresby Family Law

    Scoresby Family Law

    Mr. Scoresby’s practice is exclusively devoted to family law. He handles divorce cases, including property division, alimony, child custody (now, legal decision-making), and child support, as well as cases in related areas such as paternity, legal separation and prenuptial agreements.

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  • New page has been created, Sherr Law Group

    Sherr Law Group

    Mr. Sherr graduated from Ursinus College in 1981. He received his law degree from Delaware Law School, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. He was the Articles Editor of the law review; The Delaware Journal Of Corporate Law. Prior to entering private practice, he served as a trial attorney with...

    Mr. Sherr graduated from Ursinus College in 1981. He received his law degree from Delaware Law School, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. He was the Articles Editor of the law review; The Delaware Journal Of Corporate Law. Prior to entering private practice, he served as a trial attorney with The United States Justice Department through the Attorney General’s Honors Program. In this role he represented the United States in Federal District Courts throughout the country.

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  • New page has been created, Family Law Decisions Ltd

    Family Law Decisions Ltd

    We recommend the option of mediation as an alternative to litigation. The decision to continue or enter mediation should be balanced against the extent to which it may create harmful delays. We endeavour to identify and inform about the risks in embarking on a particular course of action. We... We recommend the option of mediation as an alternative to litigation. The decision to continue or enter mediation should be balanced against the extent to which it may create harmful delays. We endeavour to identify and inform about the risks in embarking on a particular course of action. We will consider the papers and information supplied to us before any hearing and will make suggestions and recommendations as we see fit. More
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