Blog Posts in June, 2019

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  • You Now Have the Right to Do It, But Consider Using Protection!
    You Now Have the Right to Do It, But Consider Using Protection!

    Four years ago, the United States Supreme Court in Obergefell v. Hodges legalized same-sex marriage. The news and social media feed were immediately filled with images and stories of same-sex couples ...

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  • The Ongoing Legal Significance of June 26th
    The Ongoing Legal Significance of June 26th

    Perhaps no day this summer is representative of how fast legal change can occur in our country than June 26 th . The importance of this date, and the still-evolving legal ramifications of such ...

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  • The Ongoing Legal Significance of June 26th
    The Ongoing Legal Significance of June 26th

    Perhaps no day this summer is representative of how fast legal change can occur in our country than June 26 th . The importance of this date, and the still-evolving legal ramifications of such ...

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  • The Use of Contempt to Enforce Divorce Decrees
    The Use of Contempt to Enforce Divorce Decrees

    The terms of a final judgment for dissolution of marriage legally binds the parties in a divorce to comply with the court’s orders regarding issues including spousal support , child support , child ...

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  • When Is it Appropriate to Terminate Someone's Parental Rights?
    When Is it Appropriate to Terminate Someone's Parental Rights?

    Our country has a rich judicial history of recognizing the paramount importance of a person’s individual rights. At a fundamental level, a person has a constitutionally guaranteed right to start a ...

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  • Are Military & Veteran benefits Considered Marital Property?
    Are Military & Veteran benefits Considered Marital Property?

    The division of marital property can be a complicated part of getting a divorce, especially when certain government benefits are involved. For veterans, there are special rules that determine how ...

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