Spousal support, also known as alimony, can be ordered by a family court judge. This post examines the legal concept of "alimony in gross" and looks at a recent appellate decision addressing this concept.
With the onset of NIL, alumni donor collectives, and their attendant regulations, elite student athletes now need estate plans. This post examines these recent legal changes in what once was considered amateur athletics.
With the expansion of the "Internet of Things", car apps have been weaponized by digital domestic abusers. Car apps are another tool that creates the impression for the victim that they are not even in control of their own vehicle.
Family court judges are faced with making tough decisions every day. Because they take jurisdiction over litigants' children, they are exposed to ridicule, harm, even death. This post examines a case involving the murder of a judge at the hands of a litigant who lost custody of his children