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Deadlines to File Charges of Discrimination in Delaware May Be Enlarged

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In Labor & Employment Law | On March 22, 2016

Delaware State Senator Karen E. Peterson (Democrat from District 9) appears poised to propose a new bill that would amend Title 19 of the Delaware Code relating to discrimination in employment. The bill would increase the amount of time provided to a person seeking to file a state charge of employment discrimination from 120 days […]

Advance Health Care Directives and Religious Beliefs

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In Trusts and Estates | On January 30, 2016

Some religions, such as the Roman Catholic faith, have specific tenets and standards for their members who are considering getting such a document in place.  Most such faiths will either have a list of criteria readily available, or—even more conveniently for their members—an actual form that can be used that already complies with the criteria.  […]

Planning for Assisted Reproductive Technology

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In Trusts and Estates | On December 2, 2015

Let’s say you’ve stored your eggs, sperm, or embryos.  You later sign a will or trust requiring that your estate is to be divided among “your children.”  After your death, a child results from the eggs, sperm, or embryos.  Does that child get to share in your estate or not?  What if your estate or […]

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