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Jul 29, 2014

Cordell & Cordell attorney and assistant team leader Heather Biagi discusses important issues related to child custody. She speaks with DadsDivorce editor Katie Davis and helps explains some of the most common issues facing men with custody cases, offering tips for how to best prepare when attempting to get custody of one’s children.



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?


Jul 07, 2014

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Those going through a divorce can find a great read in author and motivational speaker Honoree Corder's newest book, "If Divorce is a Game, These are the Rules."

Known for writing books like "The Successful Single Dad" and "The Successful Single Mom," Corder creates a great handbook for navigating divorce and its many challenges as well as creating the life one wants in her newest work.


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?


Dec 20, 2013

parental alienationBy Julie Garrison

Special to DadsDivorce.com

One would like to think that when a divorce proceeding has wrapped up, everyone is finally able to move on with their lives and stop looking back. Maybe this happens in Fantasy Land, but it almost never happens in the real world. 

An ex-wife will often vent anger to her children by berating their dad at every juncture. The children end up with an exponentially skewed impression of their father.

In her book "The Unexpected Legacy of Divorce," Judith S. Wallerstein writes about about the effects of divorce when an ex-wife vents to the children about the real or imagined shortcomings of their father.

"This is the kind of rage that can last for decades after divorce and it is the kind of anger that leaves lasting residue on a child’s personality," Wallerstein writes.


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