Paid Family Leave

As of 2022, nine states have paid family leave (PFL) or family and medical leave act (FMLA) legislation in place. While eligibility requirements vary slightly between the states, in general, PFL provides partial wage replacement, up to a certain percentage, for working individuals who need time off to:

  • Care for a child within the first year of birth, adoption or foster care
  • Plan for a spouse’s deployment or manage the household while a military spouse is deployed
  • Care for an ill or disabled family member

Since 2017, The DBL Center has been on the cutting-edge of paid family and medical leave news and programs. Browse our resource pages, download the forms you need, and read our blog to stay up-to-date on paid leave and disability insurance programs across the U.S.


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