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    But...

    What you're overlooking is the circumstance in which the former employer in Texas, or a state with a similar law, makes a defamatory comment about a former employee to a potential new employer in a...
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    The law relating to defamation varies...

    The law relating to defamation varies considerably by the state in which the case arises. You should consult an attorney specializing in plaintiff side employment law in your area.

    The...
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    As long as it is not to evade debt collectors or for some other illegal purpose, courts generally do not care what the reason is for a name change petition - they're utterly routine. Contact your...
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    It's probably the last thing you want to hear, but

    When dealing with issues like these it's almost always best to consult with a qualified matrimonial attorney in your area (and no, I don't practice in Maryland). The cost of a consultation is far...
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