When courts determine who should have custody of a minor child, they evaluate the custody arrangement that would be in the child’s best interest. Unfortunately, sometimes this means that the person fighting for custody must prove that one or both of the child’s parents are not fit to care for the child.
State law governs how the courts view and decide parental custody matters. In general, proving that a parent is not fit to care for a child requires proof of abuse or neglect of the child, or ...
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In this guest blog post for Integrify, I explored the DOJ's "Yates Memo", its potential implications, and actions companies can take to obtain "cooperation credit" in a DOJ investigation.
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This guest blog post for Integrify explores how and why improving users' experience with technology tools is critical for any organization's compliance function.
In this guest post for Integrify, I explore ways Chief Compliance Officers of IA and BD firms can mitigate their risk of being charged with "failure to supervise" employees.
This short blog post on the website for a financial advisory practice answers some frequently asked questions about estate planning, who needs to do it, and why it is so important.