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Outdated UK divorce law causes needlessly painful and destructive breakups, new research finds
Phys.OrgApril 7, 2017

The half a century-old legislation for England and Wales should be scrapped in favour of a no-fault, modern system, similar to those currently operating in many other countries, experts working on the first major study of divorce law for 30 years have ...more »

Retroactive Application of Revocation-Upon-Divorce Law Violated Constitution's Contract Clause, Eighth Circuit Rules
Daily Report (registration)April 6, 2017

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, reversing a Minnesota district court's decision, has ruled that the retroactive application of a “revocation-upon-divorce” statute to life insurance policies amounted to an impermissible impairment ...more »

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West Florida Collaborative Law wants to make divorces friendlier
Pensacola News JournalApril 3, 2017

Susko said collaborative law has been used in other states in cases outside of family law, including in wrongful death and elder care situations. Waddell said it's about understanding the other side's point-of-view, and she expects as more Florida ...more »

The 1960s Divorce Laws Seen In 'Call The Midwife' Reflect A Very Real Problem That, Unfortunately, Still Exists Today
BustleApril 3, 2017

The Call The Midwife Season 6 premiere addresses domestic violence in a time when divorce laws often blamed or endangered the victim. ... According to a 2010 study from the CDC, one in four women have experienced severe violence from a partner.more »

Domestic violence as grounds for divorce could soon become law in Misisissippi
WDAM-TVApril 2, 2017

A bill defining domestic violence as grounds for divorce could soon become law in the state. It is on its way to the governor's desk. “Mississippi ranks seventh in the nation in terms of domestic violence. As you know, domestic violence is a crime and ...more »

Domestic violence as grounds for divorce could soon become law ...
Mississippi News NowApril 2, 2017

A bill defining domestic violence as grounds for divorce could soon become law in the state. It is on its way to the governor's desk. “Mississippi ranks seventh in ...more »

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