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Slumping Support for PPACA

In Kaiser's October tracking poll, public support for PPACA has reached a new low since the law was passed, with only 34 percent of people expressing a favorable view and 51 percent an unfavorable view. The drop in popularity reflects… … Continue reading

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Text Messages as Evidence in Child Support and Divorce Proceedings

The increasing use of electronic communications, from Facebook to text messaging, has challenged our courts to determine what is admissible evidence in family law hearings. The Pennsylvania Superior Court has recently considered that issue in a criminal proceeding where text … Continue reading

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Modification of A Minnesota Child Support Order

How do i reduce or increase this? So you got divorced and started paying child support to your ex. But a few years later, you were laid off, making it difficult to pay the same amount as before. What happens … Continue reading

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Effort to Repeal DOMA in Congress Gains Bipartisan Support

Early on Friday morning, it was announced that the legislative effort in Congress to repeal the discriminatory and unconstitutional Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is now a bipartisan affair. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.) became the first Republican cosponsor of the … Continue reading

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SC: Must Live Apart to Receive Support

From live5news.com: COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) – The South Carolina Supreme Court says couples seeking a divorce must live apart in order for one spouse to seek monetary support in the interim. The justices ruled Monday that a Family Court judge… … Continue reading

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