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Providing men with essential divorce advice, fathers' rights divorce information and child custody articles. Dads Divorce is a community for men facing divorce or fathers' rights issues and run by Cordell and Cordell. Cordell & Cordell is a family law firm with a focus on men's divorce, child custody and fathers' rights divorce.
Jul 19, 2010

By Molly Murphy

Attorney, Cordell & Cordell

As we are heading into the heart of summer, many clients are wondering where their child will be attending school in the Fall semester. I have several clients who are going through this same decision process right now.

If you are in the middle of litigation on where your child is going to school in the Fall, I would suggest you speak to your attorney. However, if you already have a court order in place to decide your decisions, you at least have a starting point.

Jul 16, 2010

Cordell & Cordell principal partner Joseph Cordell appeared on CW11 News in St. Louis to talk about the latest Mel Gibson controversy and custody battles in divorce.

Cordell offers his legal advice on how to recognize the importance of your actions during divorce proceedings, the admissibility of recorded phone calls, and how to handle a contentious divorce.

Watch the video below.

Jul 16, 2010 editor Matt Allen asks some of the most common divorce questions to Cordell & Cordell attorney Dan Cuneo. Questions include:

  • How old does a child have to be to decide where they want to live?
  • Can my ex move out of state with our kids?
  • How should I approach a case if I am handling it pro se?

Jul 16, 2010

Divorce financial analyst JoAnne HoltBy JoAnne C. Holt,  Divorce financial analyst

“Income” for purposes of calculating child support and alimony is not always as evident as one would think. Let’s look at several scenarios:

  • Employee who receives a W-2
  • Self-employed professional
  • Partner with another unrelated business person in several ventures

Jul 15, 2010

legal custodyBy Jill A. Duffy

Divorce Attorney, Cordell & Cordell

Many fathers who do not have primary physical custody of their children have questions about what the mother can do while the child is in her care:

Can she cut the child’s hair? Does she have to tell me when she leaves town with the children? Can I stop her from having my children around her boyfriend? Can she change school districts?

The ability to make decisions about your child, and what they are doing, is called legal custody.

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