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Which States Have No Fault Divorce?

A "no-fault" divorce is any divorce in which the spouse asking for divorce does not have to prove that the other spouse ...
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Why Brad and Angelina May Be Part of the Seasonal Divorce Spike

Hollywood royalty Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have split after two years of marriage, citing “irreconcilable differences.” Th...
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What Does the Law Say About the Father's Rights on Abortion?

Abortion is one of the most controversial issues in American politics. The appropriate role that the father has in the abortion de...
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Joint Tenant Vs. Tenants in Common

A joint tenancy and a tenancy in common are both legal arrangements that allow two or more people to share ownership of property. ...
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How Does My Child's Father Sign Over His Rights?

The laws of all states include provisions that permit a birth father to voluntarily sign over his parental rights in very specific...
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Adultery Laws in Kansas

Divorce laws in Kansas are codified in Kansas Statutes Annotated, Chapter 60, Title 16. These laws set forth the limited situation...
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Adultery & Divorce in Georgia

Georgia divorce law recognizes 13 reasons for divorce, including "irretrievably broken," a no-fault ground, and 12 at-fa...
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The Best Custody Arrangements for Children

Establishing the best custody arrangements for a child must be accomplished on a case by cases basis, according to the American Ba...
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What Happens After Filing for Divorce?

When one spouse files for divorce, it kicks off a legal back-and-forth that may remind you of how a lawsuit progresses. That's...
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Rights for Separated Fathers

While each state establishes specific laws regarding the rights of parents, the general principle in American law today is that th...
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