Repealing Fault Grounds for Divorce Would Have Little Effect on NY Matrimonial Law
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2d ago
Joel R. Brandes responds to two recent columns that discuss repealing the fault grounds for divorce, arguing that removing them would have little effect on the practice of matrimonial law in New York ..read more
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Legal Lifelines: Advocating for Philadelphian Families Through the Law
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2d ago
Our clients remind us of what justice and equality looks like for real individuals, outside the theoretical ideals described in laws and textbooks ..read more
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Are Frozen Embryos People or Property? Texas Supreme Court Receives Briefs
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2d ago
At stake is the fate of Roman v. Roman, a 2006 First District Court of Appeals ruling that treated embryos as property in a divorce and allowed the discarding of embryos per terms of a storage contract ..read more
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Decision of the Day: Concerns About Mother's Violent Boyfriend, Omission of Order Basis For Full Custody Grant to Father
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2d ago
This ruling was selected and summarized by the New York Law Journal's decision editors.  ..read more
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Common Evidence Issues in Family Part Trials (Part III): OK, the Rules Apply, but Now What?
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2d ago
"For this third installment, we now tackle the 'in-court' use of evidence rules to defend or pursue objections," write Matheu D. Nunn, Matthew James Troiano, Alyssa S. Engleberg and Jessica Sciara ..read more
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Punishment for Civil Contempt
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2w ago
In an action for divorce, a court of record has the power to punish a spouse for contempt where he or she defaults in paying any sum of money required by the judgment or order. It may also punish a spouse for contempt where he or she disobeys any lawful mandate of the court ..read more
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Family Court Appeals—Traps and Tips
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2w ago
A discussion of the common threshold pitfalls to avoid under the Family Court Act, as well as under CPLR provisions that apply to Family Court cases and appeals pursuant to Family Ct Act §§165 (a) and 1118. It suggests seven questions counsel should consider upon entry of an adverse order in Family Court ..read more
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The Influence of Artificial Intelligence on Family Law: Evolution or Revolution?
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2w ago
AI empowers legal professionals to access comprehensive and pertinent information swiftly. The integration of AI in the legal profession presents an opportunity to automate repetitive tasks, leading to substantial time and cost savings ..read more
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Getting a Gray Divorce? Consider the ADR Route
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2w ago
During a gray divorce, being amicable goes a long way. Minimizing the contentiousness in a divorce will ultimately be psychologically and financially beneficial for both parties. To that end, an alternative dispute resolution approach (ADR) may be the right one for divorcing older couples ..read more
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Decision of the Day: Citing Father's Verbal Abuse of Children, Court Grants Sole Custody to Mother
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This ruling was selected and summarized by the New York Law Journal's decision editors.  ..read more
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