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Divorce Under The Indiana Law, For Abandonment, Cruelty Or Failure To Provide, W. W. Thornton Apr 1927

Divorce Under The Indiana Law, For Abandonment, Cruelty Or Failure To Provide, W. W. Thornton

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Jurisdiction To Divorce, James L. Parks Mar 1927

Jurisdiction To Divorce, James L. Parks

University of Missouri Bulletin Law Series

It is generally conceded by American authority that a divorce granted by a court, when neither party to the marriage is domiciled within its jurisdiction, is invalid, and this is the rule even though the defendant submits himself to the court's action. This proposition is said necessarily to result "from the right of every nation or state to determine the status of its own domiciled citizens or subjects, without interference by [other] tribunals in a matter in which they have no concern." So long as the parties have a common domicile, the matter of jurisdiction to divorce is one of …


Divorce--Effect Of General And Penal Restrictions On Extraterritorial Subsequent Marriages Of Divorced Persons, C. P. W. Feb 1927

Divorce--Effect Of General And Penal Restrictions On Extraterritorial Subsequent Marriages Of Divorced Persons, C. P. W.

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Recognition Of Foreign Decrees Of Divorce, Wm. Turney Fox Feb 1927

The Recognition Of Foreign Decrees Of Divorce, Wm. Turney Fox

West Virginia Law Review

The question of the recognition of foreign decrees of divorce is one of real and growing importance. The conflict of law that exists in this country, where divorces are granted by one state and their validity tested in another, is one that is familiar to the legal profession. In fact, it is familiar to the public generally. The unfortunate situation of persons legally divorced in one state and not in another; of a second marriage valid in one state, declared invalid in another; and the general confusion resulting from such conflict is constantly presented to the public through the daily …


Devise To A Wife Of Interest In Remainder Which She Would Take By Descent, Paul L. Sayre Jan 1927

Devise To A Wife Of Interest In Remainder Which She Would Take By Descent, Paul L. Sayre

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Custody Of Children, Robert C. Brown Jan 1927

The Custody Of Children, Robert C. Brown

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.