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Sep 19, 2014

Question:elisabeth flemming attorney nevada

I live in one state but have a three-month-old baby that lives in another state with her mother.

I'm very concerned about how the courts will split parenting time between the mother and me.

Can joint custody be given in this situation? How would that work when we live in separate states?


Sep 17, 2014

Question:daniel lipsitz attorney colorado

I'm planning for a scheduled week with my kids where we'll go on day trips like visiting the zoo or the beach as well as just hang out. 

My ex is now saying that she wants my complete schedule and that I need to tell her our every activity for the week. She already agreed to me having time with the kids, so do I need to provide all of this?


Sep 15, 2014

Question:elisabeth flemming attorney nevada

My estranged ex left me after I was deployed overseas in the Navy. She never contacted me except to send me divorce papers and let me know, for the first time ever, that I have a daughter.

I have never gotten to meet or see my daughter. What can I do? How can I find her?


Sep 08, 2014

Question:jason bowman attorney kentucky

My husband carries insurance for his kids with his ex-wife, for myself and for my kids. 

His ex-wife has blocked us from access to all medical records, including the records of my children from a previous relationship.

How is that legal? What can we do to get access to medical records back again?


Aug 27, 2014

Question:kristy loyall attorney oklahoma

My ex has a children's services case in which it states that she is not allowed to have physical contact with our two children. 

Originally, we had a shared parenting plan in the divorce, so she's now requesting that her parents keep the children during her time instead of them just staying with me.

Is there a way I can legally keep them from going to their maternal grandparents' house?


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