In a Turkey Baster Pregnancy, Father Has Rights

Last week the Virginia Court of Appeals ruled that a father who used a turkey baster to impregnate a woman is more than a sperm donor, and thus has rights to be part of the minor child’s life. Two friends, Joyce Bruce
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Custody laws proposing equal parenting time

Approximately 20 states are proposing laws that would change how custody is determined after separation or divorce. Generally the laws would encourage the maximum time for each parent. In New York and Washington, the laws are proposing equal time between parenting. Many
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Snooping During Divorce in Virginia

People sometimes ask about information obtained from snooping Рtape recording, emails, voicemails, and Facebook.  Is it legal in Virginia? Can I use that evidence in negotiation or trial? Tape recordings Рsome spouses will try to tape record their spouse to
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New York Judge Allows Service on Facebook

A Manhattan judge has decided that a woman who has been unable to get in touch with her husband can serve him papers for the divorce on Facebook.  According to the reports, the woman only gets in touch with her husband via
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