The Economic Reason Why Zero Tolerance Will Remain in Place at Public Schools

The Economic Reason Why Zero Tolerance Will Remain in Place at Public Schools

According to the American Bar Association Journal, public schools nationwide are backing down from entrenched zero-tolerance policies. While public school administrators may sincerely like to move toward a system where they can exercise discretion in the handling of serious disciplinary cases, I don’t foresee real change on the horizon because funding systems rewards expulsion of the students who get in serious trouble at public schools.

“OTHER” HOUSEHOLD INCOME JUSTIFIES SUPPORT ORDER DEVIATIONS

By | Pennsylvania Family Law | August 25, 2014
“OTHER” HOUSEHOLD INCOME JUSTIFIES SUPPORT ORDER DEVIATIONS

What You Imagine Regularly Happens to Your Ex-Wife

Among some of the more frustrating situations I have seen clients deal in their cases is the presence of “other money,” usually in the form of a new spouse or the other party’s parent who contributes money which isn’t considered “income” under Pennsylvania’s Support Guidelines and, therefore, not included in determining the receiving party’s net income available for support. In other words, the court will not necessarily consider an ex-wife’s rich new husband when determining the child support obligation.

UK to Give Children a Greater Voice in Family Justice System

UK to Give Children a Greater Voice in Family Justice System

The United Kingdom Ministry of Justice recently announced the government’s “commitment that from the age of 10, children and young people involved in all family court hearings in England and Wales will have access to judges to make their views and feelings known.” The changes, which will be implemented as soon as possible, will also give children over 10 the opportunity to have input during mediation proceedings.

Facing Divorce at a Young Age

Facing Divorce at a Young Age

Divorce can occur at any stage of life, whether you are in your twenties or facing retirement. Couples who married young and who are considering divorce while still in their 20s or early 30s will likely face different challenges than their older counterparts. If you are young and considering divorce, it is important to have a clear understanding of your rights and obligations as you move forward.