A behind-the-scenes look at how private investigators collect legal evidence for the courtroom. Interview with Rob Kimmons, Private Investigator Click the play button, wait a few seconds and start listening to this Podcast. Today it is my pleasure to be speaking with Rob Kimmons. Rob is from Houston, Texas and he owns a private investigation firm there
By Gerald Cooke: Judges and custody evaluators must carefully explore a teenager's underlying motives to properly gauge how much weight their parental preference should be given.
New Jersey's 5-year-old Parenting Coordinator Pilot Program has been shut down. New Jersey's Parenting Coordinator Pilot Program in Bergen, Middlesex, Morris/Sussex and Union vicinages has ended. This pilot program seems to have run into trouble because the people it was designed to help (parents in high conflict disputes over child custody and visitation provisions) were
By Robert Terenzio: A mother in Sweden successfully donates her uterus to her daughter. Are we witnessing the beginning of what will become another option in third party reproductive assistance?
By Robert Terenzio: A gestational surrogacy agreement is not meant to account for political beliefs; instead, a good agreement is in place to make sure both parties’ interests are protected under the laws of the U.S. and the state.
By Leslie Schreiber: Additions to its Family Code give California some of the most progressive surrogacy laws in the U.S.
By Peter Walzer: People's pets are as important to them. They consider them like their children, and family lawyers should take these cases seriously – the clients do!
By Rosemarie Moeller: The state of New Jersey does not have a formal law which recognizes legal separation, but, there is something that accomplishes the same effect; it’s called divorce from bed and board.
By Mark E. Sullivan: The Uniform Deployed Parent Custody and Visitation Act is a vast step forward in providing standard steps, rights and procedure to use when a military parent leaves on unaccompanied military business, and states should give serious consideration its passage.
By David T. Pisarra: While pets are still considered property more judges are acknowledging the role pets play in our lives. By developing an expertise in pet custody you'll not only increase the breadth of your practice, but will reach out to an often neglected, large sector of the population.