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Posted 2 years ago in Child Custody and Support by Aaron Kase  
Non-Fathers Tricked into Paying Child Support Can Sue in Tenn.

A Tennessee man who was tricked into paying child support by his ex-wife for a son that wasn’t his will be able to recover the money he gave to the mother, the state Supreme Court ruled this month. Chadwick Craig sued his ex, Tina Marie Hodge, in 2008 for $25,000 in child support and healthcare-related payments he had made for her son Kyle, along with other damages. For 15 years, Craig believed that he was Kyle’s father, only to learn …

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Posted 2 years ago in Your Family & The Law by Michele Bowman  
Las Redes Sociales Ganan — y Pierden — Los Casos de Derecho Familiar

La omnipresencia de las redes sociales está probando ser una valiosa fuente de evidencia – pero no solo para los policías y los fiscales. Las redes sociales han comenzado a jugar un papel cada vez más y más importante en los casos de Derecho Familiar. Aunque puede divertir a sus amigos el que usted suba a Facebook fotos de sus últimas aventuras durante la hora feliz, y si bien es tentador el mencionar en Twitter en 140 caracteres o menos …

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Posted 2 years ago in Your Family & The Law by Michele Bowman  
Social Media Wins — and Loses — Family Law Cases

The ubiquity of social media is proving to be a goldmine of evidence — but not just for cops and prosecutors. Social media is has begun playing an increasingly important role in family law cases. While it might be amusing to your friends to post pictures of your latest happy hour high jinx on Facebook, and while it might be very tempting to relate in 140 characters or less what a jerk your soon-to-be-ex is on Twitter, if you’re involved in …

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Posted 2 years ago in Divorce by Michele Bowman  
How Much Will You Pay in Alimony? There’s an App for That

If you’re wondering how your lawyer arrives at important numbers like fines, waiting periods, possible jail time, or amounts of spousal support, help has arrived. From your divorce to your rights when you’re questioned by the police, the number of apps covering client-friendly legal topics is growing rapidly. Lawyers are seeing more and more apps designed for their own use, including ways to do legal research on the go, access to legal dictionaries, and apps designed by firms to keep …

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Posted 2 years ago in Your Family & The Law by Jennifer King  
Read the Latest Issue of ‘Your Family & The Law’ Newsletter

Considering Divorce? Explore Your Options No two marriages are the same, nor are any two divorces. If you’re contemplating divorce, you have several options about how to proceed, including do-it-yourself divorce, mediation, collaborative divorce and litigation. Find Out More…      Access to Abortion Services Blocked or Limited by State Laws A federal judge has indefinitely extended his injunction of a new Mississippi abortion law. The pending rule requires abortion clinic physicians to be board-certified OB-GYNs and to have patient-admitting …

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