Blog Posts in May, 2017

Parental Rights and Incorrigible Children

In El Salvador, F married his first wife and had a daughter [D]. They divorced, and F moved to the United States. He remarried and had four children with his current wife S. When D was 11 years old, ...
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Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Divorce Attorney

Divorce can be one of the most stress-inducing times in a person’s life. Besides the grief from a failed marriage, there is the overwhelming legal process to navigate. A process that is almost ...
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The 50th Anniversary of In Re Gault

May 15, 2017 is the fiftieth anniversary of the most important juvenile rights case in American history. It is important in family law, because it forms the base of providing children with their ...
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Sperm Donors and Presumed Father Status

M and J began a romantic relationship in 2002. M is a certified rolfer (a form of physical trainer) and J is a well-known actor. M wanted to be a mother, and J agreed to father a child with her. ...
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