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Notice of compliance with discovery originally created in HotDocs.
Posted by Sam Hasler on 8.19.09 in Family Law. (IN)
Form notice of complying with discovery that I originally created in HotDocs.
Posted by Sam Hasler on 8.19.09 in Family Law. (IN)
Form interrogatories for visitation/parenting time cases that I originally created in HotDocs.
Posted by Sam Hasler on 8.19.09 in Family Law. (IN)
My office intake form for custody cases
Posted by Sam Hasler on 8.19.09 in Family Law. (IN)
The Texas Health and Human Services commission reported an estimated 982,916 Texas women were victims of domestic violence in the year 2006.
Posted by Mark Nacol on 6.11.09 in Family Law. (TX)
California Supreme Court upholds Prop 8, which outlawed same-sex marriage in Calfiornia, but upheld the validity of 18,000 same-sex marriages that occurred before Prop 8 went into effect. Chief Justice Ronald George wrote the opinion in a 6-1 decision.
Posted by The LawLink Team on 5.27.09 in Family Law.
In a unanimous decision, Iowa's Supreme Court ruled that the state cannot prohibit same-sex couples from seeking marriage licenses. Katherine Varnum v. Timothy Brien Filed April 3, 2009.
Posted by The LawLink Team on 4.3.09 in Family Law.
The Texas Supreme Court has taken a hard line on grandparent visitation. This note explains the court's most recent decision and discusses strategies to seek and to defend against grandparent visitation.
Posted by Jimmy Verner on 3.21.09 in Family Law.
In a 4-3 ruling, the California Supreme Court held that same sex couples have the right to marry in California. May 15, 2008. Read the ruling.
Posted by The LawLink Team on 5.15.08 in Family Law. (CA)
This article describes the essentials regarding grandparent visitation law in Illinois and the methods used by family lawyers to properly plead and prove grandparent (or relative) visitation cases in Illinois, as well as the methods used to defend against such claims. The article reviews the key statutory and case law on the subject.
Posted by Raiford Palmer on 4.22.08 in Family Law.