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Blog Posts in October, 2017

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  • Delusion May Not be Enough for Removal of Child
    Delusion May Not be Enough for Removal of Child

    Mother [M] lived in Connecticut with her husband and three children. They adopted two other children – her niece and nephew. The marriage was happy mostly due to M’s mental health problems. It got so ...

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  • A Juvenile Detention Warning is Not a Permanent Court Order
    A Juvenile Detention Warning is Not a Permanent Court Order

    In January of 2016, Mother [M] married Step Father [SF]. She had a son [S] from a previous relationship, but S’s father was not in the picture. M was aware before she married SF that he had served a ...

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  • Sometimes It's Not about the Money
    Sometimes It's Not about the Money

    In December of 2014, Susan was 69 years old. She brought a cause of action to establish a parental relationship from a man [Man] who had died 19 years before. She wanted to have him declared as her ...

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  • A Necessary of Life May Not be a Common Necessary of Life
    A Necessary of Life May Not be a Common Necessary of Life

    H was an attorney and licensed to practice law in California. W, his wife, also an attorney, had been disbarred in Kansas. She practiced immigration law in Stockton, California. During their marriage, ...

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