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More states considering shared custody

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The tradition of a father getting once or twice-a-month weekends with his children following divorce may be changing. The Washington Post reports that more are agreeing to collaborative parenting in their divorce. Legislatures in 20 states will consider bills to … Continue reading

How the estate tax treats black-owned businesses unfairly

As House Republicans work to repeal the estate tax as part of the GOP’s tax reform package, an opinion piece at The Hill says that the estate tax treats black-owned businesses unfairly. According to contributor Harry Alford, many black-owned businesses … Continue reading

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4 possible DACA options as deadline nears

Starting next March, almost 1,000 people per day could begin losing their protected status as their Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) permits begin expiring after two years, CNN reports. Congress is considering four possible replacements for the DACA which … Continue reading

Law-abiding immigrants hurt by Trump’s tough talk

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An editorial at The Washington Post points out that “the overwhelming majority of illegal immigrants in the United States have no criminal record.” But that hasn’t slowed the work of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents who are rounding up … Continue reading

The long wait for disability benefits

According to The Washington Post, 10,000 people have died in the past year waiting on disability benefits because of a backlog in the judicial system. 55-year-old Joe Stewart waited almost two years — 597 days — for a decision on … Continue reading

Why repealing the estate tax is a bad idea

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The Republican tax reform plans in Congress could reduce or end the estate tax. The House proposal would eliminate the tax, while the Senate version would reduce it. According to The Atlantic, the estate tax will only bring in about … Continue reading

Helping young disabled people transition into adulthood

A new program in the South Side of Chicago is helping young disabled students make the often-difficult transition into living independently as an adult. Politico Magazine describes it as sort of a community college for special education students. Southside Occupational … Continue reading

Article submission for The National Advocates

We hope you enjoy reading the news blogs on The National Advocates website, and the latest news on the legal profession in our social media feeds and in our newsletter, Advocacy for All. We are constantly striving to provide thoughtful, … Continue reading