Any major changes in life should prompt you to revise your will. Divorce is no exception. An article from Investopedia explains why: https://www.investopedia.com/rewriting-your-will-after-divorce-5193318.
Guest post by Magdalene Ellonardo In the City of Philadelphia (“City”), the City contracts out the certification of foster families to private agencies, of which Catholic Social Services (“CSS”) is one. Because CSS is an extension of the Catholic Church, it holds
Guest post by Makeda Fikremariam Commonly the Supreme Court doesn’t hear cases regarding domestic relations, but Sveen v. Melinchanged that pattern. Mark Sveen had been married to Kaye Melin for 10 years when they divorced in 2007. During their marriage, Sveen had
Interesting articles in New York Times about sheltering our kids and avoiding conflict.
From my guest blogger, Samuel Nicosia. Partisan lines have been crossed as both Florida Republicans and Democrats support the Grieving Families Act (GFA). The GFA allows Florida to issue “certificates of nonviable birth” upon request by the parents for those women