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Court Divided on Incarceration as Grounds to Terminate Parent's Rights in Winchester, TN: In re Chandler M.

Facts: Mother and Father had a one-night stand that produced Child. Mother did not list Father’s name on the birth certificate and openly asserted that another man was Child’s father. 769 more words

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Parallel Parenting?

I have been looking at the parallel parenting plans. Has anyone had any experience with these? Click here to read more about them. From what I understand, they are supposed to spell out the parenting plan… 26 more words


Moving on up!

Well, I have decided to branch out to Facebook. Click the link to go there! It is pretty bare at the moment, but I intend to post my “random” things there. 69 more words


Ashya King: Children's Ward or The Children are Wards?

That sign saying “Children’s Ward” needs a minor change (and no, it’s not a grammatical one) – it ought¬†to read “The¬†Children are Wards”; because, as we have just learnt, when you take your child to hospital, or into a doctors office, your children seize to be yours, and become the responsibility of the National Health Service (NHS), and ultimately, the government. 827 more words

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Shared Parental Leave

Employees who are expecting or adopting a child on or after 5 April 2015 can request shared parental leave. While the legislation is not expected to come into effect until 1 December 2014 we have set out the key points below so that employers can prepare for one the biggest changes in employment law in recent times: 496 more words


Surrogate Mother with No Legal Rights Listed as "Mother" on Child's Tennessee Birth Certificate: In re Adoption of Male Child A.F.C.

Facts: A married couple, Intended Mother and Father, entered into a surrogacy agreement with Surrogate Mother. Per the surrogacy agreement, Intended Mother and Father obtained an egg from an anonymous, surrogate egg donor; the egg was fertilized… 988 more words

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