But since artificial insemination is a relatively new procedure, not all states have updated their statutes to account for custody issues involving embryos.
Therefore, many states deal with embryo custody on a case-by-case basis.
Child custody determinations are often the most difficult processes a divorcing parent will have to undertake.
Splitting up a family unit and deciding where a child will live can be heart wrenching.
New Section Former Section 63-5-10 20-7-40 63-5-20 20-7-90 63-5-30 20-7-100 63-5-40 20-7-97 63-5-50 20-7-95 63-5-60 20-7-8930 63-5-70 20-7-50 63-5-80 20-7-70 Spousal and child support. A husband or wife abandoned by his or her spouse is not liable for the support of the abandoning spouse until such spouse offers to return unless the misconduct of the husband or wife justified the abandonment. DERIVATION TABLE Showing the sections in former Chapter 7, Title 20 from which the sections in this article were derived.
A husband or wife declared to be chargeable with the support of his or her spouse and children, if possessed of sufficient means or able to earn such means, may be required to pay for their support a fair and reasonable sum according to his or her means, as may be determined by the court. If a fine be imposed the circuit court may, in its discretion, order that a portion of the fine be paid to a proper and suitable person or agency for the maintenance and support of the defendant's spouse or minor unmarried legitimate or illegitimate child. Any consent given pursuant to this article shall not be subject to disaffirmance because of minority when such minor reaches majority. New Section Former Section 63-5-500 20-7-140 63-5-510 20-7-150 63-5-520 20-7-160 63-5-530 20-7-170 63-5-540 20-7-180 63-5-550 20-7-190 63-5-560 20-7-200 63-5-570 20-7-210 63-5-580 20-7-220 63-5-590 20-7-230 63-5-600 20-7-240 Definitions.
The parental supervision exemption is precluded in occupations deemed hazardous, as defined in the 17 Hazardous Occupations Orders of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
( See list below) At any age, minors may deliver newspapers to consumers.
Exemptions from this restriction apply under the following specific circumstances: 1.
Child Custody: Examples of State Laws The following examples illustrate how custody laws vary in different states: Custody of Embryos With modern medical technology, it is possible to freeze an embryo and preserve it outside of the womb.
While an embryo technically is not a child, custody issues come into play when the parents get divorced or separated.
Young victims should have access to the legal system and other sensitive services needed to ensure their safety.
Unfortunately, teens often face overwhelming obstacles to these basic legal protections, many of which are written into their states' laws.