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December 2014 Archives

Supreme Court to hear case clarifying application of RPA

In 2012, the state of Michigan passed a law called the Revocation of Paternity Act (RPA) which, among other things, sought to broaden the rights of men who had fathered children with married women. The law was notable for a provision which allowed an alleged father of a child with a presumed legal father to file a paternity action in certain circumstances.

Key features of Michigan adoption law

Adoption is a scary undertaking to go through, whether you are adopting or giving up for adoption, and it is important for parents and prospective parents to understand their rights under the law. State law regarding adoption can be complex, but we want to identify here several of its key features as it impacts parents.

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