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  • The Indian Child Welfare Act Examined
    The Indian Child Welfare Act Examined

    Because of the special circumstances surrounding Native American children, the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) was created in 1978. The Act requires child welfare organizations across the nation, ...

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  • Emergency and Temporary Orders in divorce cases involving family violence
    Emergency and Temporary Orders in divorce cases involving family violence

    Probably the most frantic people that I come into contact with as a family law attorney are spouses that are needing to not only file for divorce but are victims of violent actions at the hands of ...

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  • How a judge assesses evidence in divorce that involves domestic abuse
    How a judge assesses evidence in divorce that involves domestic abuse

    One of the more straightforward responsibilities that a judge has is to review the evidence submitted, decide what will be included in the official record and then render a decision based on the ...

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  • How a judge can pick out an abusive parent based on how they behave in court
    How a judge can pick out an abusive parent based on how they behave in court

    One of the tough parts of being a family law attorney is that so much of what we do centers around our ability to convince a judge of something based on the individual circumstances of a case. So, if ...

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  • What a judge looks for in a child custody case involving family violence
    What a judge looks for in a child custody case involving family violence

    If you’ve read through the blog posts on our website for a long enough period of time I’m willing to bet that you have come across a post where we have suggested that you try to put yourself in the ...

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  • If domestic violence is occurring in your home can your children be removed by Child Protective Services?
    If domestic violence is occurring in your home can your children be removed by Child Protective Services?

    When considering the potential safety risks that could result in your child being removed from your home domestic violence ranks very high on the list. It is looked upon as being so high a risk and ...

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