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Beit Din: An alternative to civil courts

An issue raised in a recent family law case, questioning the authority and enforceability of a Beit Din, led to some interesting research.

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Maryland’s courts and the opioid epidemic

As both a family law practitioner and a parent who has a child with an opioid addiction, I have for many years had a front-row seat to the damage that drugs can do to a family.

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Bridging the gap in services for transitioning foster youth with developmental disabilities

Children found to be Children in Need of Assistance (CINA) can be in the care of the local Department of Social Services until they reach the age of 21.

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Top resources for lawyers seeking technology competence

ROCHESTER, N.Y. – These days, technology is unavoidable. Even lawyers can’t escape it and now regularly use technology as part of their day-to-day practices. For ...

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