Due process requires a state to waive court fees for an indigent person in a divorce case if that is the only way to get a divorce in that state.
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The author was counsel for the appellants in Boddie v. Connecticut, 401 .... addition to divorce, and state-imposed fees beyond the court system. ...... of $4800, fed six children. ..... that does not alter with a judge's health, belief or his politics.
The children remained in their father's custody, as M. L. B. and S. L. J. had agreed at the time of the divorce. .... Soon after Boddie, in Lindsey v. .... for and right to `the companionship, care, custody, and management of his or her children' is an ...
Adkins v. Children's Hospital (). Argued: March 14, 1923. Decided: April 9, 1923 ..... habits of thrift, care, ability to buy necessaries intelligently, and whether the ...
The petitioner, M.L.B., whose parental rights to her children were terminated by the Chancery .... With a level of care that is appropriate given the stakes involved, Mississippi law .... Fifteen years after Griffin, this Court's decision in Boddie v.
These sentiments were echoed in the divorce case of Boddie v. Connecticut ...... Care, in IN THE INTEREST OF CHILDREN (Robert H. Mnookin ed., 1985). 78.
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In the health-care setting, parental decisions to size, shape, sculpt, and mine ...... M.L.B. v. S.L.J., 519 U.S. 102, 116 (1996) (citation omitted) (quoting Boddie v.