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December 2010 Archives

Grammer Not Getting off Easy in Divorce: Camille Fights for More

It's been a story plastered all over the media: Kelsey Grammer, 55, is moving on from his third marriage and straight into his fourth. The public has become familiar with Grammer's soon-to-be ex-wife through the hit TV program "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," and for regular viewers of the show, it should be no surprise that the feisty star is not taking the split lying down.

Read Spouse's Email at Own Risk; Risk Divorce and Felony Charges?

While this case is not taking place in Texas, it is intriguing enough for any family law site to cover. The issue of the Internet and its effect on marriages as well as its effect on family law decisions plays out in a current Midwest dispute.

Part Two: Is Couple's Publicized Marriage a Shame or Brave Leap?

Yesterday's post left off contemplating what a couple would do when faced with new, "unconditional love" while already married with children. As The New York Times puts it, "What happens when love comes at the wrong time?" That question is what has split critics' views of a New York couple's ultimate decision to divorce their prior spouses in order to marry each other.

Part One: Is Couple's Publicized Marriage a Shame or Brave Leap?

Over the past week, the media has been buzzing about a New York couple's family decision. Some are looking at the couple's decision to divorce and get married as an affront to marriage vows. But others defend the couple's decision and argue that timing doesn't work out perfectly for everybody, and everyone deserves a chance at incredible love.

Texas Appeals Court to Decide on Gay Divorce

"Discrimination against gays and lesbians is really the last area in which state government openly discriminates against its citizens," says an attorney for two women in Texas' 3rd Court of Appeals. A state attorney representing the Attorney General Greg Abbott is challenging a judge's ruling made earlier this year that granted a lesbian couple a divorce.

Could Texas Sex Education Programs Save the Future of Families?

Sex education within public schools has been a hot topic for several years now. Whether abstinence or safe sex should be taught separates passionate parents, political pundits and religious leaders. Maybe there is a middle ground: Not only do two new Texas programs do away with those two limited focuses, but they actually are doing so in what seems to be an effective way for teens.

Jamie McCourt Gets the Answer She Wants: She's Dodgers Co Owner

In a ruling that initially signifies that there might be an end to Frank and Jamie McCourt divorce dispute, the judge's recent decision regarding Dodgers ownership could just be the beginning of a new court case. Earlier this week, an L.A. judge announced that the former couple's 2004 marital property agreement was not valid. That means that division of Dodgers ownership comes down to standard marital property laws in the state.

Fathers' Rights and Faith: Did Religion Affect Custody Decision?

A recent child custody case involves a father fighting for his rights not only as a parent of three, but as a United States citizen who feels his constitutional rights have been violated. According to a USA Today piece, a judge recently made a ruling in a child custody case that's left the father at the losing end of the decision disappointed in the system.


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