In Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl, the Supreme Court, for only the second time since its passage more than 30 years ago, interpreted the provisions of the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978. In this colu
Robert Z. Dobrish, a member of Dobrish Michaels Gross, writes that the written report of the neutral forensic mental health professional is probably the single most significant document in a custody
...heartily support that effort. Robert C. Dobrish The author is a partner at Dobrish Michaels Gross....
Two interesting cases hail from Kansas, plus the U.S. recently adopted the Hague Convention on international support
The drafters of the Uniform Premarital and Marital Agreements Act chose to treat both agreements in a similar fashion
...Singapore court where the couple is now divorcing. In 1999, Michael Chia Hock Meng and Julie Lynn Allen signed a prenuptial agreement in...
Robert Z. Dobrish, a member of Dobrish Michaels Gross, writes that the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts Child Custody Consultant Task Force has taken on the job of recommending guideline
... As Michael Chia Hock Meng...to Robert Z. Dobrish of Dobrish Zeif Gross, who represents Ms...
...for the Defendant are Robert Dobrish, Esq. and Barbara Handschu, Esq. of Dobrish Zeif Gross, New York, NY....
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