Blog Posts in November, 2008

Maine Adoption Law to take Effect

In Maine, numerous adopted men and women are ecstatic about a recent change in the state's adoption laws. Starting on January 2, 2009, adults who were adopted in the state of Maine will have access to ...

More American Divorcees are Choosing to Represent Themselves

In Omaha, Nebraska, Danielle Nitzel was distraught when her three-year old marriage was coming to an end. She knew that divorce was the only recourse. However, she felt hesitant when she realized that ...

Henry M. Weinfeld, Esq. becomes a member of Find a Family Law Attorney

Henry M. Weinfeld, Esq. becomes a member of Find a Family Law Attorney. We are pleased to inform you that Woodbury Family Law Attorney, Henry M. Weinfeld, Esq., has become a member of our directory. ...

Oklahoma Family Fights for Daughter in DHS Custody Battle

A father is fighting for the custody of his 18-month-old daughter who was unexpectedly removed from his home and placed in the care of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS). Christopher Webb ...

State of Ohio Cracks Down on Child Support Delinquencies

In Port Clinton, Ohio, four parents were recently indicted in by an Ottawa County grand jury for defaulting on their child support payments to their minor children. The child support payments were ...

North Dakota Court Dismisses Mother's Appeal in Child Custody Case

Recently, a Supreme Court in the state of North Dakota has thrown out the appeal of a woman who took her children into the state of South Dakota after she was ordered by the courts to give up child ...

Connecticut Child Custody Argument Becomes Violent

News sources report that in New Britain, Connecticut two men were recently treated for injuries after they assaulted one another during a child-custody dispute. Both men allegedly hit one another with ...

Omaha Adoption Case Still Not Over

In Omaha, Nebraska, a northeast couple has been fighting the court since last year regarding an adoption case. Reports disclose that the couple, Angela and Jason Vesely, are fighting the courts for a ...

Navy Implements New Paternity Leave Policy

The U.S. Navy announced the implementation of a new paternity leave policy as part of the 2009 National Defense Authorization Act. The policy officially went into effect last month. The paternity ...

911 Dispatcher Fired for Hanging up on Domestic Violence Call

In Milwaukee, Wisconsin a dispatcher within the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Department was recently fired for accusations of gross neglect of duty. According to Sheriff David Clarke, a woman called 911 ...

Missing Oregon Child Found in Grandparents' Home

In Woodburn, Oregon a very concerned couple recently phone emergency services to report that their one year old granddaughter was missing. Shortly after the call, police ensued on a massive search to ...

Missing Oregon Child Found in Grandparents' Home

In Woodburn, Oregon a very concerned couple recently phone emergency services to report that their one year old granddaughter was missing. Shortly after the call, police ensued on a massive search to ...

South Carolina Deputies Arrest 13 for Delinquent Child Support

In South Carolina, laws surrounding child support and child support payments have become increasingly strict. For example, in Newberry, SC, police arrested 13 parents that were delinquent with their ...

Man Accused of Killing Children Fights Divorce from Wife

A man accused of drowning his three children is fighting the divorce efforts of his estranged wife by challenging the divorce agreement he signed in September. Mark Castillo, who is representing ...

Study Suggests Parents of Children with ADHD are More Likely to Divorce

A new study published by the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology suggests that parents of young children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may be more likely to get a ...