Tag Archives: Family

Over 1,000 Rejected Asylum Seekers May Get Second Chance In Family Separation Cases

From The Washington Post: As many as 1,000 asylum seekers whose claims were heard and rejected by the government under traumatic circumstances of family separation will get a second chance under an agreement announced late Wednesday. While the government did… … Continue reading

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Canadian Judiciary Steps Ahead In Family Law Reforms

From The Lawyer's Daily: Manitoba’s judiciary is enacting its own “less adversarial” family court reforms to give options to couples who opt out of the mandatory mediation that is expected to be introduced as legislation, says a judge leading the… … Continue reading

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Just Starting Out with Family? Better Consider an Estate Plan

An estate plan is always important if you have a family – and even if you don’t. Estate planning is especially important for families just starting out and is also important for setting up a plan to pass on assets … Continue reading

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Texas Immigration Case Could Influence Family Separation Lawsuit

As individuals across the country continue to debate the federal government’s newly-rescinded policy of separating minor children from their immigrant parents at the border, a Texas immigration case could impact the ultimate outcome of the controversy. Although the issue is … Continue reading

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Lost Will Creates Family Drama

  Creating a will is an important step in ensuring your loved ones know where your possessions should go at the time of death. Another important consideration after making a will is how you will store it. Courts usually require … Continue reading

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