Sometimes in custody disputes, one parent attempts to get a leg up in the custody case by bad-mouthing the other parent to the children.
On June 23, 2016, citizens of the United Kingdom (UK) voted to exit the European Union (EU).
The latest in a series of cases interpreting and clarifying the Alimony Reform Act of 2011 has just been decided. Duff-Kareores vs. Kareores was decided by the Supreme Judicial Court on June 15, 2016.
Now that sunshine and blue skies are upon us, people are opening their summer homes for the season.
If I’ve heard it once, I’ve heard it a million times: “why don’t judges enforce their own orders or take hard lines against obstructers?”
Marriage is tough.
Transgender Parenting — Non-biological Psychological Parent Denied Standing to Sue for Paternity, Conservatorship, and Possession
The San Antonio court of appeals recently decided a case about transgender parenting, including paternity, conservatorship and possession.
One of the things the Pennsylvania Bar Association makes a part of its mission is to review and, where appropriate, comment on legislation introduced for consideration by the General Assembly. These proposed laws cover a large swath of public policy territory.
Florida High Court to Determine Whether a Florida State Court Can Enforce Another State Court’s Order Allowing Grandparent Visitation
The Florida Supreme Court will review the Fifth District’s decision in LeDoux-Nottingham v. Downs, 163 So. 3d 560 (Fla. 5th DCA 2015), which involves whether the Full Faith & Credit Clause trumps Florida’s overriding public policy of a guaranteed fundamental right of privacy in child-rearing autonomy.
With summer just beginning, many people have visions of swimming pools, beaches and family vacations.