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After a divorce, a parent with whom a child lives may wish to relocate to a different city, state or country. This can happen for a number of reasons, including a new job, a new spouse or romantic partner, a desire to be closer to extended family for financial or emotional support, schooling or job training, military assignment, or health and safety needs.
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If you are going through a divorce and your ex has a criminal history, you may be concerned about their contact with your children. A criminal history does not automatically disqualify a parent from visiting with their child. Judges are expected to determine what is in the best interest of your children, and they take into account a variety of factors when determining custody and visitation rights.
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University of California regents agreed to pay $10 million to the former chairman of UCLA’s orthopedic surgery department, who had alleged that the well-known medical school allowed doctors to take industry payments that may have compromised patient care.
The... Read More