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Gov. Malloy Signs Legislation To Expedite Divorce Process May 27, 2015

Filed under: Divorce And Society,From The News,No Fault Divorce Around The World — familyinnocence @ 10:42 pm

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Tuesday signed legislation that will provide a speedier path to divorce for certain couples in Connecticut.

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‘Whether Hanschen is a principled jurist or a rogue judge, he is drawing attention to a controversial area of law that impacts millions nationwide. “You’ve got a judge sitting up there saying, ‘Hey, there’s something wrong here,'” says Marr, of the Family Law Foundation. “It highlights the seriousness of the issue, and the problem isn’t going to go away just because there’s presently a gotcha clause in the law.” ‘

I’ve heard child support and alimony called ‘a single payer welfare system that generates revenue for the state’…maybe they are right

Source: Megan Feldman


India : Law Commission recommends joint custody of child in divorce cases

Filed under: Divorce And Society,From The News,No Fault Divorce Around The World — familyinnocence @ 4:01 pm

‘The Law Commission on Friday recommended joint custody of minors to both the parents in case of a divorce, saying Indian custody laws must change with times.’


Minnesta Cooperative Private Divorce May 20, 2015

Filed under: From The News — familyinnocence @ 6:45 pm

Cooperative Private Divorce is an administrative alternative to the court divorce system that supports couples to make their own decisions and act with respect and fairness.  It is divorce without the baggage of courts

Minnesta Cooperative Private Divorce Bill has sponsors in the legislature , but we need your help, please call or write your state representative


Woman has support of leading psychiatrist in claims of unfairness levied against family court system May 19, 2015

Filed under: Divorce And Society,Divorce Industry,No Fault Divorce Around The World — familyinnocence @ 11:35 pm



Men Who Broke

Filed under: Unforeseen Consequences — familyinnocence @ 11:30 pm

The number of suicides in North America and in all developed nations is rising and has been doing so especially since the nineteen-sixties.  At least in Canada, in 1971 the suicide rate matched and has since exceeded the previous peak reached in 1930 during The Great Depression.

Most of the victims of suicide, by far, are men.  Depending on country between 75% to more than 90% of the suicide victims are male, men and boys.


Co-Parenting Experts Conclude That Family Courts Should Be Able To Make Shared Parenting Orders

Filed under: Post Divorce Parenting — familyinnocence @ 11:22 pm