How Family Law Attorneys can Represent Unaccompanied Immigrant Minors Fleeing Violence in their Home Countries
There are opportunities for Michigan attorneys interested in providing assistance and/or pro bono representation for the urgent humanitarian situation of unaccompanied minors fleeing violence in their home countries. Materials
Presented by: Veronica Thronson, Associate Clinical Professor and Director of the Immigration Law Clinic at MSU College of Law.
DivorceNet: provides both divorce and post-divorce information and assistance with a state by state resource center, a reading room, and library. Information regarding military personnel and federal employees, marital assets searches, paternity establishment, and international paternal abduction information. A number of topical issues regarding custody, financial, grandparent, and child removal issues, etc. are displayed.
Why Domestic Violence Victims Don't Leave
"Why does she stay? Why would anyone stay with a man who beats her? I'm not a psychiatrist, a social worker, or an expert in domestic violence. I'm just one woman with a story to tell."—Leslie Morgan Steiner