Kentucky Senator to Overturn Law that Requiring Domestic Violence Victims to Pay Abusers Legal Fees

January 15, 2018

Jeanette McCue was attacked by her husband in 2016. She was nearly left dead if it hadn’t been for her husband’s drunken state in which he couldn’t fire the gun in her direction. The attack resulted in a 10 year sentence and when she filed for divorce she received a bill of $160 for her […]

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Supreme Court of India Re-examines Law Criminalizing Homosexuality

January 12, 2018

A petition has prompted the recall of the Supreme Court’s 2013 decision to uphold the outlaw of consensual sexual conduct between adults of the same sex. Section 377 criminalizes same-sex activity and the court decided at the time to keep the legislation in effect. US Immigration Attorneys in Bangkok focus on family-based immigration visas with […]

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Reuters Journalist Charged with Violating Official Secrets Act

January 12, 2018

Despite international condemnation from several Human Rights groups including the UN, the case will move forward with the next hearing on January the 23rd. If the two journalists are found guilty, they may face up to 14 years in prison. There are three types of divorce in Thailand. The first is administrative divorces, the second […]

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New Polish Prime Minister Morawiecki, Rebuilds Relations with the EU

January 12, 2018

In an attempt to strengthen relations with the European Union, the Polish PM has reshuffled his cabinet, removing the Ministers of Defense, Environment and Foreign Affairs. The move was made to deter potential EU sanction on Poland. Current issues regarding family law in Thailand are important for families who often cross borders due to having […]

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