The new Idaho Rules of Family Law Procedure (IRFLP) will go into effect statewide today. Several Judicial Districts have opted to implement the rules prior to this date.
People love to refer to statistical trends in marriage and divorce rates in the United States, even when those rates are not based on actual surveys and data but merely rumors and unsubstantiated hearsay.
So how was everyone’s Pride weekend? Likely, many spent it celebrating the Supreme Court victory—but that’s only the beginning.
On June 24, 2015, the New York State Senate passed Bill A7645-2015 relating to the duration and amount of temporary and post-divorce spousal maintenance.
Same-Sex Marriage is now recognized throughout the United States as a result of our Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, Director, Ohio Department of Health, et. al.
In reflection on the historic June 26, 2015, where gay and lesbians won the right to marry whomever they wish in all 50 states including Texas, I am filled with happiness and sadness at the same time.
On the anniversary of two other decisions supporting same-sex rights (Lawrence [pdf] and Windsor [pdf]), the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Friday, June 26 that same-sex marriage is a fundamental right nationwide.
Given security concerns that we all face, at my school we have a sign-in policy that we enforce without exception, including a requirement that visitors show photo ID.
Planning a trip across the Canadian border with the kids this summer without the other parent? You need a notarized travel consent!