Posts Tagged ‘Full Faith and Credit Clause’

United States Supreme Court finds order granting adopting lesbian mother visitation is entitled to full faith and credit

On March 7, 2016, in the case of V. L. v. E. L., ET AL., the United States Supreme Court, in an unsigned Per Curiam opinion, ordered the Alabama Supreme Court to give full faith and credit to a Georgia adoption decree that allowed a lesbian mother to adopt her then-partner’s three biological children. The […]

Sue the cuckolder elsewhere

Cheated-upon spouses occasionally inquire whether they can sue the other man (or woman) for breaking up their marriage.  In South Carolina the answer is no: in 1992 the South Carolina South Carolina eliminated causes of action for alienation of affections and criminal conversation. Russo v. Sutton, 310 S.C. 200, 422 S.E.2d 750 (1992). An August […]

Well it seemed obvious to me

I’ve avoided blogging about the June 12, 2013 Supreme Court opinion in Ware v. Ware, 404 S.C. 1, 743 S.E.2d 817 (2013), until remittitur issued, not wanting to jeopardize a victory that’s taken over five years to achieve.  What’s seemed blindingly obvious to me–that once Ms. Ware chose to enter a special appearance and challenge jurisdiction in […]

 

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