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Standards For the Termination of Parental Rights

A termination of rights permanently ends all ties between a parent and child. Understandably, the standard for a termination of parental rights is very high. The most common reasons for a termination are neglect, abandonment, abuse, and “failure to assume parental responsibility.” Source: https://wilawlibrary.gov/topics/familylaw/tpr.php

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Changing Your Name After Divorce

This reminds us: while you may choose a more traditional name than “Ye”, officially changing your name is something you may wish to do after your divorce. Whether you choose to match your children’s surname, revert to your maiden surname, or choose a brand-new surname, the choice is yours. Source: https://www.wpr.org/kanye-west-now-officially-ye-0

Sexual Assault Survivors and Permanent Restraining Orders

Two legislative committees in Madison heard a bill this week that would allow sexual assault survivors to obtain permanent restraining orders, preventing them from being re-traumatized by having to face their abusers. Source: https://madison.com/ct/news/local/writers/jessie-opoien/wisconsin-bill-would-allow-sexual-assault-survivors-to-obtain-permanent-restraining-orders/article_8b0340bc-a715-5fa8-bb43-88dab3359f14.html

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