cross-referenced news and research resources about

 family law in the United States logo
images:  google   yahoo YouTube

updated Tue. March 26, 2024

Researchers estimate that at least 4 million parents in the United States—roughly 6 percent of the parent population—have a disability. ... The legislatures in ten more states, including Colorado, are considering bills that would forbid discrimination in the child welfare, family law, and adoption systems based ...

The two then made a judgment about what legal services the caller would benefit from: a family law attorney and possibly an interpreter. ... and Temporary Protected Status, or TPS, which offers relief to immigrants who are already in the United States from countries impacted by natural disasters or armed ...
Did you know that over 5,000 people die each year from distracted driving in the United States alone? Did you also know that studies show that texting while driving impairs a ... Attorney Meyer's career dates back to 1960 and emphasized civil litigation and family law. His unprecedented level of professional excellence has ...
Estimates of the number of rape-related pregnancies that occur annually in the United States range from a few thousand each year to tens of thousands. ... Susan Appleton, a Washington University law professor who has written extensively about family law said the “clear and convincing” evidence standard ...
A Sitka woman is in prison, pending extradition to the United Kingdom to face charges that she abducted her children to the United States. .... Voluck has practiced family law for 21 years. ... Ford never has been able to present the evidence of her or her children's abuse to a judge in the United States.
In 2015, he was admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. He concentrates his family law practice in divorce, spousal support, child support, collaborative law, the allocation of parental responsibilities, prenuptial agreements, litigation, high asset divorce, complex litigation, and mediation.
Another mass shooting in the United States has reignited a predictable and divisive debate: Should we draft new gun regulations? .... Nathan Hacker, a family law attorney at the Eskew law firm in Downtown Indianapolis, says the state could be covering the gap as long as federally regulated gun shops are ...
On December 22, 2017, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the "Act") was signed into law. The Act implements a variety of significant tax reforms. Pertinent to estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer ("GST") taxes, the Act effectively doubles the exemption amount that an individual can give away or die owning ...
... mediators, early neutral evaluators and arbitrators who have experience conducting broad-based litigation throughout the United States. ... partners, equitable distribution, support and alimony, as well as estate planning, business and family succession planning as an adjunct to his family law practice.
The fast pace of technological change has left the poor and unrepresented behind in many parts of America. But in New York State family courts, Proskauer lawyers are part of an exciting new pilot project spearheaded by the non-profit Legal Information for Families Today (LIFT) which connects people ...


news and opinion




US laws: