“What if I told you that a court had allowed service of process in a divorce case through Facebook?
Guns-On-Campus Bill to Become Law
Gov. Bill Haslam said Monday he is allowing the guns-on-campus bill to become law without his signature.
“Winning” Your Child Custody Case
Divorce is never easy and one of the most heart wrenching, fought over issues are the decisions involving your children.
House Approves Changes to Drug, Dui Penalties
The state House yesterday approved a measure (HB 1478) that would lower the legal penalties for repeated drug possession, WLPN reports.
Divorce and Money-Myths and Realities
Separate Bank Accounts, Property, and Inheritances are assets that are often assumed to be off limits to the other spouse in a divorce
No Income for Child Support Purposes Affirmed
Facts: Father and Mother divorced after 10 years of marriage.
Apple, Inc. v. Federal Government
Apple Inc.’s dispute with the federal government over access to a passcode-protected iPhone seems to hold a little interest for everyone.
Colorado May Ease Student Health Privacy Rules
School personnel in Colorado would have wider access to medical treatment records of students under a proposed bill whose proponents say would help tip off educators to warning signs of a potential school shooting.
Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Oklahoma Lethal Injection Procedure
The US Supreme Court heard oral arguments in two cases Wednesday. In Glossip v. Gross the court heard arguments on whether Oklahoma’s lethal injection protocol is unconstitutional under the Eighth Amendment.
Supreme Court Rules on Eeoc Conciliation Duty
The US Supreme Court on Wednesdayruled that courts have authority to review whether the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has fulfilled its duty under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to attempt conciliation.