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What if technology and science progress to the point where paternity can be established “the morning after” or at one month of pregnancy?

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Our goal, and mine, is to improve the practice of family law and to minimize the negative impact family law can have on families.

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Using lawyers to do their communicating often has its limits and almost always, celebrities figure out what they want to do and then tell their lawyers to “make it so”.

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The Georgia Supreme Court of Georgia has just changed it’s “pilot project” rule regarding discretionary appeals for domestic relations cases.

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it is not necessarily the divorce that can harm children, as much as the kind of divorce that occurs.

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A simplistic explanation is that in a divorce, sometimes an asset like a business is valued and divided, but then the income from that asset is used to calculate and pay child support or alimony. Is this fair?

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No law is perfect, but hopefully this law will help military families and their children, and hopefully does not reduce the emphasis that must always be placed on ensuring that we do what is in the best interests of the child.

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The third, and best course of action, is for players and the women to whom they pay support, get together and reach agreements.

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The Obama administration moved closer to officially recognizing the right of same sex couples to marry.

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A very interesting case from Texas is in the news. A lesbian couple left texas to get married in Massachussetts. They returned to Texas and subsequently sought, and obtained a divorce. The Texas Attorney General then intervened, but so far that intervention has been been ruled as coming too late (click here for a link […]