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When Death and Divorce Collide

By David J. Draganosky, Esquire and_Emily E. Farris, candidate for Juris Doctor, May 2020 Scarlett O’Hara, the protagonist in Margaret Mitchell’s novel, Gone with the Wind, exclaimed “Death, taxes and child birth!  There’s never any convenient time for any of them.” ...

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Changing the Locks

By Cynthia Weiss Stein Living together in the marital home during separation can be uncomfortable, but in many cases, there is a strategic reason for both spouses to stay. Moving out of the marital home without the children may place the vacating spouse at a...

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Presumptions in Custody – Proposed House Bill 1397

Proposed House Bill 1397 removes the definitions “primary physical custody” and “partial physical custody” and replaces them with “equal parenting time.” The proposed Bill creates a presumption that there will be equal parenting time, which is defined as, “as close as practicable to 50% of time spent with each parent, but in no case exceeding 60% of time spent with either parent.”

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