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Are You Likely to Have an Affair? January 31, 2015

Filed under: Infidelity And Divorce — familyinnocence @ 11:26 pm

Source: Elizabeth Bernstein


Family Innocence Pre Super Bowl Party

Filed under: Family Innocence News — familyinnocence @ 12:11 am

A Nonprofit Dedicated To Keeping Families Out Of Court: Resolving Conflicts & Injustices Peacefully
When: Super Bowl Sunday, February 1, 2015
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An Open Apology To My Kids On The Subject Of My Divorce January 27, 2015

Source: Abby King


Grazzini-Rucki U.S. Supreme Court Case no. 14-7020

Filed under: Divorce Industry,Family Innocence News — familyinnocence @ 11:24 pm

michelle macdonald
Saint Paul, MN
Jan 26, 2015 — Hundreds of signers on the change .org petition. Thank you! I have another few dozen who signed in person. Signatures and 42 pages of comments will be submitted with the petition for rehearing due next week in the U.S.Supreme Court. The Petition at is perpetual, so keep the signatures coming.

Attorney Michelle MacDonald


3 Surprising Facts About Family Today

Filed under: Blended And Step Families,Children And Divorce,Post Divorce Parenting — familyinnocence @ 11:22 pm

‘Get rid of the term” blended” families. What does that even mean? It creates an unrealistic expectation..’

Source: Mary T. Kelly, M.A.


help reform this nation’s child welfare systems to place children and families first instead of state & federal funding. January 25, 2015

Filed under: Children Of The State?,Follow The Money — familyinnocence @ 11:17 pm


Her Last Chance For A Baby. His Fight Against Forced Fatherhood. The Court Must Decide. January 23, 2015

Filed under: Court Cases,From The News — familyinnocence @ 5:20 pm

From the 10 states that have taken on similar cases, several different judicial approaches have emerged, Chicago Lawyer magazine notes. In New York and Texas, for example, courts have enforced whatever contract was made by the couple before the embryo’s creation. In Iowa, both parties must sign off on the use of embryos. In Tennessee, the court has considered the competing arguments, and Massachusetts essentially abstained from deciding the matter in court altogether.

Source: Kim Bellware