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January 2013 Archives

Sperm donor case has shocking unintended consequences

People in Massachusetts may have seen a recent news article about a Midwest man who responded to a Craigslist ad posted by two women looking for a sperm donor. The man donated, and one of the women conceived, and all seemed well. That is, until over three years later when another state came knocking on the man's door looking to collect unpaid child support.

Massachusetts same-sex marriages face questions in other states

A recent article noted a divorce case that has been pending for more than four years. Most divorces happen much quicker than this, but the state in which the couple now resides does not recognize same-sex marriage or divorce, so these two men might be waiting for much longer for the state court to acknowledge their separation.

Old state laws forbid fornication and adultery

A recent Boston Globe article about antiquated Massachusetts state laws has some interesting historical tidbits about laws that have long since been abandoned but still remain on the books. But it turns out these so-called antiquated laws could in fact have serious implications in many people's lives, and a growing number of lawmakers are now considering how to address the issue.

Italian Prime Minister ordered to pay astronomical alimony

Many people in Massachusetts may be familiar with former Italian Prime Minister, billionaire and icon of marital dysfunction, Silvio Berlusconi, who was known as much for his tabloid-inducing personal life as his political stature. Reports from Italy indicate that Berlusconi's divorce has been finalized and that he will be required to pay a tremendous sum in alimony to his former wife.

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