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March 2011 Archives

Democrats push for full vote in Colorado civil unions bill

Earlier this month, we wrote a post about the civil union bill that was introduced by Senator Pat Steadman of Denver. As more media attention continues to surround the issue, Democrats in the House are pushing for at least one Republican member to vote to send the bill to the House floor where the family law issue can be debated.

Colorado domestic violence bill gains support from the House

A new bill that aims to bring awareness to the issue of domestic violence has recently been passed by the House. House Bill 1183, sponsored by two Republican congresswomen, would allow for a woman's death certificate to state if she was pregnant within a year from the time of her death in domestic violence cases.

Ryan Phillippe to take paternity test

Finding out that a former partner is pregnant may be an overwhelming experience. Some may be excited and ready to take on the responsibilities of having a baby, but others may have questions. A potential father may wonder how the two will care for the child while they are no longer together. He may have questions about potential child support payments and child custody agreements. He may wonder what fathers' rights are in a situation like this. And if the couple has been separated for some time, he may even wonder if the child is his.

Colorado couple charged with collecting support for missing boys

A couple who lived near Colorado Springs between 1999 and 2005 but now live in Dallas, Texas, have been charged by authorities for theft and forgery after allegedly collecting child support for two of their adopted children who have been missing for nearly a decade. The couple has reportedly received $175,000 in support from the government during the time the boys have been missing.

Restraining orders are usually effective, but not always

Restraining orders, also known as protective orders, are meant to be a form of protection against threatening situations. It is not uncommon for these orders to be issued in domestic violence cases that involve various forms of harassment, including stalking, threats and physical violence. While restraining orders often go a long way to protect a victim, sometimes they are not successful. This Minnesota case illustrates an unfortunate situation in which a restraining order was not enough to protect a woman.

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