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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

Employment

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

Family Law

Girl... you crazy. Oh, and your family is too

I just cannot get over how shitty these people are. If you didn’t notice from my previous post… shitty is my word of choice for this topic. 350 more words

Custody

Failure to Follow Tennessee Law Voids Nine-Year-Old Adoption: Turner v. Turner

Facts: Mother and Father married, had two children, and divorced. Mother could not be located at the time of divorce though Father was granted custody of the children by default. 1,101 more words

Family Law

If You Can Stop Your Divorce Client From Doing This, You Get A Prize.

Top Ten Ways To Destroy A Child In A Divorce Or Custody Case, by Judge Larry Primeaux, The Better Chancery Practice Blog

http://chancery12.wordpress.com/2011/04/20/top-ten-ways-to-destroy-a-child-in-a-divorce-or-custody-case/

 If you have spent any time at all in family law, then you know too well how destructive divorce can be. 69 more words

Family Law

Pregnant Women's Bill of Rights

I have been reading a very interesting and insightful book called “Waterbirth: A Midwife’s Perspective” by Susanna Napierala (1994). I will probably be posting quite a bit of information I retrieve from this book on this site because I like it so much. 878 more words

Infant

Judges Retaliate Against Parents Who Seek Justice (10 Stories)

IF YOU EXPOSE THE FAMILY COURT FOR THE FRAUD THAT IT IS THE JUDGES WILL THREATEN YOU WITH CONTEMPT OR JAIL TIME

SEE CASE STUDY #8 (FROM GOOD OLE NEW JERSEY!) … 3,462 more words

Family Court