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Jan 14, 2013

pre-divorce reconciliationBy Jennifer M. Paine

Cordell & Cordell Divorce Lawyer

It is not uncommon for guys to think about reconciliation after separating from their spouse.

If you are thinking about getting back together with your wife, whether before filing for divorce, during the divorce process, or even after your divorce is finalized, then there are five questions you need to address.

These divorce questions to ask are divided into three separate articles:


Oct 10, 2012

Philadelphia Pennsylvania Divorce LawyerQuestion:

I received a discovery and document production form from my wife's divorce lawyer asking me to provide bank statements and other financial information from our date of separation.

This request also wants to know any newly acquired assets after our separation date.

Do I have the right to object to such divorce discovery questions?


Sep 21, 2012

appeal divorce caseBy Jennifer M. Paine

Cordell & Cordell Divorce Lawyer

You may be unsatisfied with your trial judge's ruling. You may have a right to appeal your divorce case. But should you?

It is easy to say "yes" when you are in the immediate afterglow of litigation and facing an unfavorable ruling. Many jurisdictions make it even easier by giving you an "automatic right" to appeal certain rulings, meaning you do not have to obtain permission for the appeal.

And, many of those jurisdictions require only a one-paragraph form and a filing fee – filed online no less. Within minutes, with a few clicks of the mouse and a single charge to your credit card, you could be appealing your case.

But wait! Having a right to appeal your divorce case does not necessarily mean you should, and acting on initial reactions to a trial judge's ruling could leave you worse off and heavily indebted to attorneys. Sometimes, it is better to accept a ruling and move forward.

Before you decide, consider these 10 questions:


Aug 31, 2012

oklahoma city divorce lawyerQuestion:

My ex-wife and I broke our apartment lease when we separated and owe several thousand dollars to the property manager that should be treated as a marital debt.

Our divorce decree did not address this debt, and now the collections company is coming after me to satisfy this obligation.

Is there anything I can do as far as getting my ex-wife to contribute a portion of this debt since her name was also on the lease? She has refused to pay anything thus far.


Aug 30, 2012

Noblesville Indiana Divorce LawyerQuestion:

During my ex-wife's parenting time, she often has her elderly parents look after our small children in lieu of daycare.

I'm fine with her using family members to provide child care, but I have concerns over my children’s safety while with their grandparents, who are unhealthy and too old to properly care for toddlers.

Do I have any say in who will be watching our children during my ex-wife's parenting time?


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