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Nov 21, 2014

DadsDivorce and MensDivorce as well as their sponsor, Cordell & Cordell, present a news video for the week of November 21, 2014.

This week, Cordell & Cordell opened registration for the 2015 Annual Domestic Litigation Forumdad on Friday, March 17.

Nov 20, 2014

Wisconsin divorce lawyer Anne SciporQuestion:

My ex and I had a non-contested divorce and she was awarded custody three years ago. I now have more time than her to spend with our son due to work schedules. Is it possible to obtain joint custody after a divorce is final?

Nov 19, 2014

Dena Morgan Utah divorce lawyerQuestion:

My wife and I have been separated for 18 months and have both recently spent time in rehab clinics. She recently moved out of state to live with her father and has admitted in court papers that she supports herself with his help. 

She wants to gain custody of our 5-year-old son, who is under my parents’ guardianship, but she hasn’t seen him since December 2013 and rarely calls because he doesn’t want to speak to her. 

She is also a registered sex offender. She is representing herself and my parents have a lawyer. What chance does she have of gaining custody?

Nov 18, 2014

Nevada divorce attorney Elisabeth FlemmingQuestion:

My wife recently moved out of state with our kids and I was considering filing a motion of contempt. But the clerk said it would be pointless since it would take longer to file than our next status conference date and would cost more. Is it worth filing or should I just bring it up at the next status conference?


Nov 17, 2014

Question:Illinois divorce attorney Christina Milien

My initial divorce, which included incorporation of joint custody, was filed in County A. My wife then later filed an alimony case in County B, where she was living shortly after the divorce was final. She failed to show up for court and the case was dismissed. She then moved again to County C and our child can no longer live one week on/off and custody needs to be changed since the child will be starting school next year.

Where does the case need to be filed?

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