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Domestic Relations – Common Law Marriage – Conflicting Evidence – Child Support – Income – Attorney’s Fees  (access required)

It appears that plaintiff called himself married when it was convenient and financially beneficial for him but considered himself single when marriage was inconvenient or financially detrimental. Moreover, the evidence shows defendant did not consider herself married to plaintiff. The parties’ conduct does not demonstrate they each intended to be married or knew the other ...

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