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Aug 18, 2014

mommy and daddy troubles book

Breaking the news about a divorce to one's children can be one of the most difficult parts of an already stressful situation. On top of that, kids often have a way of feeling like they are the ones to blame for a divorce.

This was on the minds of Rebecca and Matt Sossi when they created the series of books, resource and website devoted to putting the focus back on kids during and after divorce. 


Jul 30, 2014

d-word divorce book

Going through divorce as an adult is not easy by any means. Experiencing one's parents divorce as a child can be extremely difficult and hard to understand.

This is the perspective author, blogger and motivator Tara Eisenhard had in mind when she decided to write a novel for both young adults and divorced parents. An ex-wife and a daughter of divorced parents herself, Eisenhard had first-hand experience as to the effects the divorce process can have on children.


Jul 25, 2014

DadsDivorce, sponsor Cordell & Cordell law firm and sister site MensDivorce.com have teamed up to present a series of news round-up videos at the end of each week.

In this week's news, Cordell & Cordell announced the installation of principal partner Joseph Cordell as the 51st president of the American Association of Attorney-Certified Public Accountants.  DadsDivorce responded to a reader's Ask a Lawyer question regarding a wife who had abandoned the home and children. MensDivorce took a look at proper courtroom etiquette and why it can impact a case.

Check out the weekly news video below.


Jul 23, 2014

Question:jason bowman attorney kentucky

My wife and I had a bad fight, and she left the home saying that I had hit her. The ER found nothing, but police still showed up at home later that evening.

Over the last few days, my wife stayed at her sister's home but came back to our house this morning. Now, she's sending me texts and messages telling me I better not stay in the home and threatening me.

I have two kids and don't want it to look like I'm abandoning the home if I leave. What can I do?


Jun 24, 2014

Question:daniel lipsitz attorney colorado

My ex wife moved out of state with our children approximately eight months ago.

She has yet to allow me my court-ordered visitation and has denied me visitation rights on five separate occasions.

Now, she says I can only call and speak to them once a week. Is this allowed? What can I do?


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