Fulton v. City of Philadelphia: First Amendment Rights Applied to Social Services

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
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Should Jail Be a Reason to “Pause” Child Support?

Fathers in prison facing high debt over child support will have the opportunity to “press pause” on their child support obligations.  According to the Washington Post, the Obama administration announced new adjustments that will allow fathers to label their incarceration as “involuntary”
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DivorceHotel

For those who have not heard of it, DivorceHotel is a Netherlands based company for couples looking to have a vacation and divorce at the same time.  The general idea is that instead of worrying about a long drawn out divorce proceeding,
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Tips on Reconnecting with Your Child

Some parents have distant relationships with their children.  Sometimes the distance is caused by alienation, geographic location, parental bickering, or other reasons.  Whatever the reason, it is up to the parent to take the first step to reconnect with the child. 1)
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