Governor Reappoints Rosen Attorney

September 18, 2007

Rosen Law Firm’s long-standing attorney, Lisa Angel, has been reappointed by Governor Mike Easley to serve another two years as chair of The North Carolina Domestic Violence Commission. The commission not only serves to assess statewide needs, but also to strengthen already established domestic violence programs through providing funding to local displaced homemaker, domestic violence, […]

A CRISPE Approach to Family Values

August 22, 2007

The Children’s Rights Initiative for Sharing Parents Equally (CRISPE) is working to change family law to better suit new studies that show enhanced child development from active involvement from both parents. By promoting 50-50 child custody laws for fit parents, this new group hopes to provide children with a dual-parent future.

Computer Program Settles Disputes

August 1, 2007

A new computer program has recently been developed to help divorcing couples more easily resolve their settlement disputes. How does it work? The new program combines artificial intelligence, game theory and an electronic or human external mediator to help divorcing couples settle their disputes in a fair and rational manner. The program helps each couple […]

Custody Battles May Extend to Pets

July 17, 2007

A Wisconsin state legislator is making a case to extend the state’s divorce law to govern how divorcing parents handle the custody of their pets. Though saying little on why she introduced the bill, Republican Representative Sheryl Albers’ push for new pet laws is said to have surfaced from pet problems arising from her husband’s […]