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Montana considers privacy changes for family law cases

The Montana Supreme Court is considering greater restrictions to public access of certain court system information – including a proposal that would seal all documents filed in family law cases except for final orders.

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Family law in 2010

2010 was a busy year for family law and its practitioners. The economy – last year’s biggest story – continued to play its part, but other issues also crowded the headlines.

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Wife’s claim isn’t barred in husband’s bankruptcy

A wife's allegedly incomplete disclosure of assets in her own bankruptcy did not deprive her of standing to pursue a post-petition claim for equitable distribution in her estranged husband's bankruptcy case, the 3rd Circuit has ruled in affirming judgment.

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