16 Fam. L. Newsl. 1 (1975-1976)

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by Elaine Rudnick Sheps
The program of the Family Law
Section Annual Meeting, to be held
in Montreal, Canada in conjunction
with the American Bar Association
Annual Meeting, will begin on
August 10, 1975 and feature well
known Canadian members of the bar
in its seminar presentations.
On   Sunday, August 10, the
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by Harry M. Fain
A state of law such as this, where
possession is not merely nine points of
the law but all of them and self-help the
ultimate authority, has little to conand
it in legal logic or as a principle of order
in a federal system. (Justice Jackson,
Dissenting Opinion, May v. Anderson,
345 U.S. 528, 1953.)
The quoted portion of Justice Jack-
sonis dissenting opinion, in May v.
Anderson, supra, characterizes with
reasonable accuracy, the state of' law
in this state and the United States
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by Rolland G. Lamensdorf
One of the most common questions
of a domestic relations client is How
much support will I be ordered to
pay to my spouse and dependent
children? Or, How much can I
expect to receive? Because there is
often a definite relationship between
the amount of alimony and support
ordered  pendente lite and  the
amount of alimony and support
awarded pernanently it is important
that the pendente lite order be both
fair and reasonable.
The Jbllowing formula is a
guideline only. It should be adjusted,
where practical, within the percen-
tages set forth below according to the
facts in the particular case involved.
Adjustments should be made for
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Copyright © , 1975 American Bar Association

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