With same-sex marriage now legal in 36 states -- and probably legal in all 50 after the U.S. Supreme Court rules next summer -- same-sex divorces will follow in due course.
If you tell the child’s other parent where you intend to move the child, permission to remove is specific to that location. The removing parent doesn’t have carte blanche to move wherever he or she chooses.
While fewer people are getting married in Wisconsin, divorces also continue to decline.
Now that we’re in the thick of winter and as Oscar season approaches, thoughts turn to spending some time at the warm local cinema for diversion.
Recently a woman, despite her basic fears, called me to discuss divorce mediation.
Nearly 15 years after the Indiana Supreme Court launched its Family Court Project, 22 counties — including Lake and Porter — are working toward a kinder, gentler, more holistic way to resolve family crises, court officials say.
Perhaps the two most common questions I am asked by people who learn that I am a divorce lawyer are: “What causes most of the divorces I handle?” and “How can I prevent becoming one of your clients?”
Few articles I’ve written have resulted in as much feedback as a June 8, 2011, piece I did on a collaborative case filings in Waukesha County.
2012AP102 Montalvo v. U.S. Title & Closing Services, LLC
2011AP623, 2011AP2617 In re the marriage of: Symdon v. Symdon
2011AP2433 In re the marriage of: Kittelson v. Kittelson
A divorced father could claim a dependency exemption on his federal income taxes – even though his child’s mother refused to sign the form ordinarily required by the IRS for such exemptions, the U.S. Tax Court has ruled.
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