E-Z Legal Form Dispute Provides A Cautionary Tale

Online legal forms are an increasingly popular way to draft documents such as wills and separation agreements. However, relying on these forms have drawbacks. A recent Florida case gives some insight on the risk of using these online legal forms. In Aldrich v. Basile, Ms. Aldrich relied on an online “E-Z Legal Form” to write […]

NC Man Cannot Use Voidable Marriage As A Defense To Alimony

In Duncan v. Duncan, the North Carolina Court of Appeals addressed the issue of a voidable marriage. The Duncans exchanged vows in two separate marriage ceremonies. The first occurred in 1989 and was presided over by a man who held himself out as a Cherokee medicine man and who was ordained as a minister by […]