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Apr 16, 2014

Question:daniel exner attorney wisconsin

I am currently working in Iraq. My wife has told me she is moving out of our home and filing for a divorce.

She has told me that a judge will not allow me to have our kids for more than seven days at a time. I have changed my schedule so that I will be home and able to have my children for 30 days. I can then rotate in Iraq for 39 days and go back-and-forth in this manner if needed.

But can my wife actually keep my kids away from me?


Apr 15, 2014

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Pepper Schwartz has written nearly 20 books, including her most recent work "The Normal Bar." Recently, she wrote an article for CNN that explores increasing divorce rates among the Baby Boomers generation.

Schwartz, a sociology professor at the University of Washington, shared her findings on Baby Boomer divorce rates, discoveries about gender roles in the divorce process  and predictions for future generations with DadsDivorce.com editor Matt Allen.


Apr 15, 2014

Question:william halaz attorney st. louis

I purchased property in 1987 and improved it with a two-story home and a two-story garage prior to being married in 1998. I did not put my spouse's named on the deed until 2002. 

My spouse left and filed for divorce in 2013. What, if any, portion of the current market value would my spouse be entitled to receive?


Apr 14, 2014

child support collectionBy Julie Garrison

In the State of  California, a noncustodial dad making $3,000 a month may have to pay nearly half of what he makes in court-ordered support for his three children.  In other states, the scenario is similar. 

The payment amount is based on each parent's income and the amount of time he or she spends with the children. Other factors taken into consideration are the needs of each child including health insurance, special needs, daycare and education. The income and needs of the custodial parent are factored into the calculations in addition to the paying parent’s ability to pay and the children’s standard of living before the parents separated and divorced.


Apr 11, 2014

timeshare divorceBy Jennifer M. Paine

Cordell & Cordell Divorce Lawyer 

Imagine this: You have your suitcases packed and your kids waiting in your care. At long last, it’s time for a vacation. It’s been a long winter and a bad year with your divorce, and it’s finally time to relax. That is, until you get a call from your ex, or worse, her attorney or the police. They claim you cannot go anywhere with those kids. What are you to do?


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