By: Anabelle Nietupski, Web Editor Divorce is seen as an endless slew of conflict and court fees. The doctrine of collaborative divorce seeks to end this cycle, bringing power to the couple to resolve their dispute without third-party intervention.  With an emphasis on mediation and negotiation, collaborative divorce encourages […]
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Marriage Settlement Agreements: An Avenue for Children to Enforce Their Parents’ Promises
By Mariah Mandy, Staff Writer Typically, parents are immune from being sued by their children. Only in limited circumstances can children actually bring their parents to court. One of these narrow exceptions arises in an unlikely setting – the enforcement of marriage settlement agreements between divorced parents. Marriage settlement […]
After Marriage: The Legal Landscape for LGBT Family Rights
By Nicole Prieto, Editor-in-Chief LGBT rights remain a hotly contested subject in 2017. From a newly minted Circuit split and inter-executive agency dispute in employment law, to First Amendment justifications for discriminatory business decisions, there is no dearth of legal challenges that have tested the boundaries of modern LGBT rights. […]