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August 2012 Archives

'Who's Your Daddy' RV offers New Yorkers paternity testing

According to a recent report, Americans are seeking close to 500,000 DNA tests per year. Paternity testing, in particular, is a key factor in establishing fathers' rights for many New Yorkers. While in the past such testing has been laborious and time-consuming, new technology has allowed people to test their genetic relationships with ever increasing ease. But are all the tests accurate?

Winslet to get luxury NYC penthouse in divorce deal

It's no secret that high assets can make divorce settlements somewhat complicated. Even if the couple has agreed to split amicably and share assets equally, it is not always as simple to negotiate the property distribution. Litigants in a high-asset divorce typically need legal assistance to ensure that property, bank accounts, royalty rights and other assets are shared fairly.

International child custody case to be taken up by Supreme Court

Child custody disputes can be complicated and involve some difficult legal questions, particularly those involving international couples. Questions of jurisdiction come into play in a very pronounced way in these cases. A case currently making its way through the court system has reached the U.S. Supreme Court. The case involves a custody dispute between a Scottish mother and a man servicing in the U.S. military.

Stevie Wonder files for divorce, asks for joint custody

Stevie Wonder and his wife Kai Millard will reportedly be calling it quits after 11 years of marriage. He filed for divorce on July 26 in the couple's home state of California. Married in 2001, the couple separated in 2009. In his filing, Stevie Wonder cited irreconcilable differences.

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