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Theoretically domestic violence cases could be against both men or women, but in practice 95% of the cases of domestic abuse are against women. Most of the cases of domestic violence are against women who are straight and enjoy a normal relationship. In case a woman is subjected to any domestic violence, the first step should be to consult the police
Published by Madan G Singh 54 months ago in Divorce & Family Law | +3 votes | 0 comments
No fault divorce laws in New York have offered the courts a method to expedite the termination of a marriage without the unnecessary litigation. As with all new laws, the provisions are designed to respond to a wide range of divorce conditions, leaving the courts to develop or define how court determinations apply to maintenance entitlements under the new guidelines.
Published by Iris McCammon 70 months ago in Divorce & Family Law | +10 votes | 2 comments
In India personal Muslim law including marriage and divorce is covered by the Shariat. However the British with the help of Muslim scholars enacted the Dissolution of Muslim marriages act 1939, with a view to codify and help Muslim women in getting their rights in a male dominated Muslim society. The act gives a number of reasons when a Muslim woman can ask for dissolution of her marriage
Published by Madan G Singh 70 months ago in Divorce & Family Law | +3 votes | 3 comments
The word "Divorce" in Malta was something that should not be suggested by any political party because it was a subject that was thought to make them lose votes. In Roman Catholic Malta, where the Church was quite dominating, it was unheard of. However this was to change suddenly and against all odds.
Published by Loredana Galea 72 months ago in Divorce & Family Law | +3 votes | 1 comments
At last Indian law makers have woken up to the fact that a married woman contributes as much as the man and has an equal right in the property.The bill proposes that all movable and immovable assets acquired by a married couple or a couple living together be classified as joint property which would be divided equitably in the event of separation or desertion.
Published by Kiran 72 months ago in Divorce & Family Law | +13 votes | 6 comments
Though the registration of a Hindu Marriage has not been made obligatory, circumstances force people to go for it.
Published by Rama lingam 91 months ago in Divorce & Family Law | +2 votes | 1 comments
Impotency is one of the grounds fro getting divorce from your spouse; while impotency of a male is always highlighted, the impotency of a woman is not taken into account.
Published by Rama lingam 91 months ago in Divorce & Family Law | +2 votes | 0 comments
Iddat is a concept of Muslim Law useful to identify the paternity of a child with a strong scientific base.
Published by Rama lingam 92 months ago in Divorce & Family Law | +3 votes | 7 comments
Consummation is the ultimate objective of a Hindu marriage.After a marriage is to beget offspring.
Published by Rama lingam 93 months ago in Divorce & Family Law | +4 votes | 4 comments
sites for creating a full and complete prenup
Published by John Hartfield 232 months ago in Divorce & Family Law | +0 votes | 0 comments
Investigating how the laws are actually letting children down. Looking into violence, domestic abuse, drug offenses and criminal records that are not often looked into in a court of law as well as the sometimes the biased awarding of the children to the mother. Children really have to be taken into account and consideration before awarding them to the parents and often times they are not!
Published by Tanya Wallace 94 months ago in Divorce & Family Law | +21 votes | 10 comments
In the event of a divorce or break up who has more right to the children in a court pf law? This article takes a look into why the courts most often favor mothers when giving custody and also explaining the terms of sole custody, primary, secondary and joint custody.
Published by Tanya Wallace 95 months ago in Divorce & Family Law | +16 votes | 12 comments
About the serious problem of Paternity fraud
Published by Jamie Myles 103 months ago in Divorce & Family Law | +15 votes | 3 comments
One should consider the different types of divorces available before making a final decision,
Published by Janet Hunt 105 months ago in Divorce & Family Law | +4 votes | 7 comments
What things to do during a divorce and what to expect.
Published by Marvin Webster 109 months ago in Divorce & Family Law | +4 votes | 2 comments
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