Blog Posts in June, 2018

California Family Code vs Religious Agreements

In 2000, Husband [H] and Wife [W] were married in an Islamic wedding ceremony in Michigan. At the time of their marriage H and W signed a mahr agreement. The agreement entitled W to five gold coins at ...
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Go to School or be Arrested

S was a 17-year-old high school student with a truancy problem. For years she had been refusing to go to school, or if she did go, she would ditch many of her classes. She was also a major behavioral ...
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Sealed without Kisses

In January of 2013, Juvenile [J] was arrested and charged with possession of a dirk or dagger, battery and resisting arrest in violation of numerous California Penal Code sections. (A dagger is a ...
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Acceptable Testimony from a Three-Year-Old

Father [F] and Mother [M] were married and had two children, a son [S] age five, and a daughter [D] age three. In the summer of 2012, an eight-year-old boy [B] from the neighborhood came over to play ...
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A Denial of Spousal Abuse

Husband [H] and Wife [W] were married in 1999. From their marriage they had two sons, both of whom are special needs children. During their marriage W maintained the home and took care of their sons, ...
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