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A New York State Supreme Court judge handed a $10,000 penalty to a pro se patent lawyer for misconduct during a child custody hearing.
A review of the abatement case Charasz v. Rozenblum that went through the New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Second Department on May 6, 2015.
A review of the divorce procedure case Ventrice v. Ventrice that went through the Massachusetts Appeals Court on March 19, 2015.
A review of the divorce procedure case Kelley v. Kelley that went through the Florida District Court of Appeal, Fourth District on Sept. 10, 2014.
By Laura Morgan: Trial court wrongly dismissed state action for dissolution of marriage in favor of divorce action in a foreign country where neither spouse resided.
By Laura Morgan: Guardian may not file a petition for dissolution of marriage on behalf of the ward.
A trial court properly restricted parents’ behavior on social networking websites during pendency of domestic case.
The Connecticut Appellate Court broadened a trial court’s ability to address bad acts of a party prior to the actual filing of a divorce action in Parlato v. Parlato, 134 Conn.App. 848 (2012).
Evidence supported trial court’s finding, on basis of comity, that it lacked subject matter jurisdiction to hear former wife’s petition for dissolution of marriage in Connecticut, despite former wife’s allegation that foreign judgment was procured by fraud.