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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?


Jul 22, 2014

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My divorce has been final for more than 120 days. In the divorce decree, there are certain requirements including one that says my ex and I must split medical costs.

My ex has not followed many of the decree's requirements. My lawyer and I went before the judge and asked if we could file a motion of contempt. The judge said no and has only given my ex lectures.

What can I do if the judge will not enforce the divorce decree?


Jul 18, 2014

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One of the most difficult aspects of divorce when you have children can be the process of explaining to them what is happening and reassuring them that they are still loved.

Elementary school teacher and author Joanna Rowland recently published a children's book that touches upon this subject called, "Always Mom, Forever Dad.


Jul 17, 2014

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For some, the decision to divorce is gut-wrenchingly difficult; for others, it's easier than the paperwork involved. Even the most amicable separation is full of court documents and legal agreements, and if real estate is in the mix, then things get even more complicated. 

Moving out and finding your own place can be daunting, and some couples choose to live in the same house instead of going through what's necessary to physically separate. It's difficult, but it's doable. Start by reading these tips on how you should plan for each stage of divorce.


Jul 16, 2014

Question:jason bowman attorney kentucky

Does one parent need to notify the other parent of a new address after a move? Is this legally required?


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