A judge in the District of Columbia is required to base a determination of custody by considering the best interest of the child. The law assumes that in most cases it is best for a child to be raised by both parents. This idea is described as a presumption that joint...
Property acquired during marriage is called marital property. Depending on the state of residence, marital property is treated differently upon divorce. There are two categories which states fall into when it comes to the treatment of marital property; Community...
Plaintiffs, Third Parties, In Custody Cases, May Lack Standing to Bring Their Claims against Biological Parents
Third parties-those who are not a child’s biological, or “de facto” parent- can sue for custody in the District of Columbia under the Safe and Stable Homes for Children and Youth Act of 2007 (the “Act”). D.C. Code Ann. Secs....
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