By Alexander_Cuda | Published August 30, 2019 | | |
Family Law Reaches New Heights: The First "Space Case"
Divorce and custody matters are not limited by earthly boundaries. As apparently the first case of its kind, an astronaut allegedly accessed her spouse’s bank information while in space. While your spouse may not be in orbit (at least not literally), this case demonstrates how electronic information may be accessible from virtually anywhere without the Read MoreRead More
What is No Fault Divorce? “No fault divorce” refers to the jurisdictional grounds required to bring a divorce. That means to get divorced in Connecticut, a spouse does not have to prove fault. In “fault divorce” states the courts do not have jurisdiction to allow a person to obtain a divorce without their first proving some sort of fault on the part of a spouse, such as adultery, “habitual intemperance,” Read MoreRead More