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Family Law

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What year was Obergfell v. Hodges decided by the United States Supreme Court? 2015
What year was Loving v. Virginia decided by the United States Supreme Court? 1967
What is the legal standard used in Minnesota child custody and support cases? Best interests of the child
Is Minnesota a "no fault" or "fault" state for divorce proceedings? No Fault
What are parents required by law to provide for their children? food, clothing, shelter, education, care and supervision, medical care
At what age can a student legally quit school? 18 - cannot "drop out" at 16 or 17 unless there is parental consent
This type of custody refers to where a child lives and the routine decisions of daily life. Physical
This type of custody refers to the authority to make decisions about legal issues, medical decisions, educational decisions, and religious training decisions. Legal
This type of custody refers to shared custody between parents. Joint
This type of custody refers to one parent have custody. Sole
About how many marriages end in divorce in the United States? About 50%
What is a mandated reporter? Someone who is required by law to report signs of abuse: doctor, nurse, social worker, teacher, etc.
What does emancipated mean? Parents no longer have a legal obligation to provide care and support.
At what age does emancipation typically happen? 18
What made Mildred and Richard Loving's marriage illegal in Virginia? She was black and he was white.
What are anti-miscegenation laws? Laws the prohibit marriage between different races
What is premarital counseling? Counseling for couples that are getting married to help them think about big issues: finances, children, employment, etc.
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