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March 2012 Archives

Focus on South Florida domestic violence agency, advocacy

One South Florida nonprofit organization with a stated mission to protect women from domestic violence and to help them create a new future that is free from incidents of domestic abuse is currently celebrating the changed circumstances of its 100th "survivor."

CDC releases new findings on divorce predictors, other trends

A new research study in marriage conducted among 22,000 men and women states that nearly half of all first marriages end within 20 years. The study reveals that about 60 percent of all couples now live together before they marry, which in many instances does seem to reduce the chance of divorce.

Child custody case featuring online apology still drawing scrutiny

We recently discussed a family law case that, although from Ohio, has relevance in Florida and every other state in the country (Please see our March 6 blog post). Moreover, and from its inception until now, it has progressively been picking up more comments from constitutional law and free speech experts who say that it raises novel and provocative issues.

Social media strikes again: Wife discovers husband's bigamy online

A man currently facing bigamy charges was outed by one of his wives after she discovered on Facebook that he was married to another woman. The man had entered into a second marriage after leaving his first wife in 2009, but he never filed for divorce from one wife before marrying the next.

High-asset property dispute features Florida, New York real estate

A near textbook case for examining the interplay of factors at work in a divorce featuring substantial and complex property division is currently emerging in a New York court. The case, which has a Florida nexus, involves Dmitry Rybolovlev -- one of the richest men in the world, with an estimated net worth of about $9 billion -- and his estranged wife, Elena.

Advice in a child custody case: Know your child's teachers

Divorcing couples competing for child custody can endure a great deal of scrutiny concerning every aspect of their lives. In some cases, your children's teachers can have a significant impact in the results of child custody proceedings, influencing a judge's final decision on child custody, parenting time, and visitation rights.

Bill would require DNA testing of parents, child following delivery

You can't really call it a trend, but a New Jersey bill just introduced into that state's legislature and calling for mandatory genetic testing of parents and newborns follows similar legislation from Kansas last year that is still pending in that state's legislature.

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