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New Jersey Appellate Division Addresses Adoption Act in Dispute Between Biological and Adoptive Parents

As an attorney who practices family law, I can attest to how painful battles for custody over children are when couples separate.   Even more painful are disputes between adoptive and biological parents fighting over custody of a baby.   Among the … Continue reading

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U.S. Announces Sanctions on Russia for Violation of Chemical and Biological Weapons Treaty

On August 8, 2018, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the U.S. is imposing sanctions against Russia under the Chemical and Biological Weapons Act. The sanctions are based on the findings of the British government that Russia is to blame … Continue reading

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Stepparent visitation where biological parent's rights had been terminated – Published opinion from Ky Court of Appeals

FRY V. CAUDILL   Stepfather filed a petition for visitation with stepchildren. Biological father’s rights had been terminated and although stepfather had not adopted the children, they had his last name, called him dad, and relied on him solely for … Continue reading

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Quebec Court of Appeal Upholds Ruling Favouring Dad Over Biological Father

Quebec’s Court of Appeal recently found that a man listed as the father of a toddler in Quebec will remain listed on his birth certificate, despite objections of another man who was found to the child’s biological father. What Happened? … Continue reading

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Single Men Increasingly Having Biological Children via Surrogacy

From Chicago Tribune: Bill Guest was about 30 when his biological clock kicked in. His friends were having kids left and right, and suddenly being a doting uncle wasn’t enough. Guest wasn’t particularly interested in getting married, but he did… … Continue reading

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