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February 2013 Archives

Military alimony rules under fire

Married couples in which one spouse is in the military are more likely than others to divorce. This may be due to the increased stress levels involved with such a career, the frequent relocation or the difficulty of being separated for long periods of time. Whatever the reason, military families are more likely to undergo the stress of a divorce.

Considering a "grey divorce?"

Over the past twenty years, the number of divorces among boomer-aged adults has doubled, with one in four marriages among people in that age group ending in divorce. What was once an unthinkable taboo has become more socially acceptable in recent years and many older adults are choosing to live their golden years on their own.

Tribal land and the Violence Against Women Act: part two

In our last post we talked about the last hurdle to reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act, a landmark federal law that protects women from domestic violence. Currently, the bill fails to address the needs of some Native American women who are abused by non-Indians on tribal land.

Tribal land and the Violence Against Women Act: part one

The United States Senate recently voted to reauthorize the landmark Violence Against Women Act but the law is being held up in the House. Representatives are facing public ire for failing to renew such an important law but the reason for the hold-up is also a valid one: the law currently fails to protect some Native American women who face domestic violence on tribal land.

Home schooling at center of Colorado custody case

A single mother in Colorado recently won a harrowing child custody case, allowing her to retain custody of her children. Apparently a neighbor made an anonymous call to Social Services, which sent a social worker to her home to inspect it and ask questions.

Colorado child custody action: Getting out of domestic violence

When there is upset in your Colorado household of any kind, likely the top priority is the welfare of your children. Regardless of if it has involved any children, domestic violence taking place in a home could impact the kids for the rest of their lives. Families who are dealing with such disputes may be interested to learn about the options regarding child custody, if they feel they want to exit such an environment.

Judge restricts former Denver Nuggets star's visitation with kids

Any time a family goes through a divorce and children are involved, the family court judge will always side on what he or she considers to be in the best interest of the children when determining child custody and visitation issues. This is no different when it involves a famous NBA player once thought to be the best player in the league. According to media reports, the judge overseeing Allen Iverson's divorce and child custody agreement thinks the basketball star really needs to work on his parenting skills.

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