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Jun 25, 2012

child custody abandonmentQuestion:

I am requesting information regarding abandonment due to my relocation for work purposes. 

I accepted a work contract for an out-of-state job in order to provide for my family that has now turned into a full-time position.

Unfortunately, my wife is not willing to relocate the family to where I have been able to locate employment and is considering divorce as the only other option.

Given the situation, will I have to face "abandonment" issues when it comes to the divorce and child custody case?


Apr 09, 2012

divorce lawyer Daniel ExnerQuestion:

My wife and I are on the verge of a separation and she wants me to leave the marital home, but I am considered moving out would be considered abandonment.

I have read that moving out of the marital home is one of "The 10 Stupidest Mistakes Men Make When Facing Divorce" but I cannot imagine living in the same house as my wife while we're going through a divorce.

But actually how damaging is it for one party to move out? Is it considered abandonment to leave the marital home?


Jul 11, 2011

divorce lawyer Daniel ExnerQuestion:

What marriage separation advice do you have for pursuing grounds of abandonment in a divorce?

My wife and I have filed for divorce. Since the time of our separation roughly 6 months ago, she has only come back to the marital home for a few days to spend minimal time with our children.

Do I have grounds for abandonment?


Dec 31, 2010

mens divorce lawyerQuestion:

I would like a legal separation pending my divorce.

Can I legally leave a bad marriage and the marital home without a concern for abandonment?


Oct 18, 2010

common divorce mistakesBy Jennifer Paine

Attorney, Cordell & Cordell

It is not uncommon for one spouse to leave the marital home during the divorce. The divorce process is trying enough, without having to share a living space with the person you are least likely to want to see.

Most clients usually want to know if moving out of the home qualifies as abandonment.

Although the decision whether to move and the move’s effects on the case depend on the unique facts and circumstances of the case, there are certain themes all cases have in common.

Moving out of the marital home has also been called one of "The 10 Stupidest Mistakes Men Make When Facing Divorce" by Cordell & Cordell co-founder Joseph Cordell.


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