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Mar 14, 2014

divorce lawyer Daniel ExnerQuestion:

My estranged wife is falsely alleging that I abused her. She wants to include the “abuse” in the divorce documents, but I have never hit her and there are no hospital or police records that would prove I’ve abused her.

What can I do to protect myself?


Mar 05, 2013

divorce lawyer Tamara HoffstatterQuestion:

I am an unwed father whose name is on my child's birth certificate and carries my surname.

My ex-girlfriend fled with my child and now no one will tell me where she is because she is spreading lies that I sexually abused my child.

My question is can she be arrested for hiding my child from me and slandering me with a child molestation accusation?


Nov 22, 2011

abused childBy Christian D. Barnard

Divorce Lawyer, Cordell & Cordell

If your ex-wife's new boyfriend is verbally or physically abusing your child and you are concerned for your child's mental and physical safety and wellbeing, most jurisdictions have a process through which you can ask the court to award you emergency custody.

Typically, this process requires that you file a document with the court alleging that your child is in danger describing the situation and your concerns. The court will likely hear your allegations very quickly.

Most states have rules that require a court to hear such cases within a day or two of filing when there is an emergency.


Nov 07, 2011

Mens divorce lawyerQuestion:

Do child custody laws do anything to prevent parents from bringing dangerous people around their children?

My ex and I split child custody, but she has a boyfriend who drinks a lot and even does drugs. I have no proof this is done in front of my children, but I know she brings him around my kids.

Can I keep her boyfriend from being around our kids during her parenting time?


Sep 02, 2011

Tom Lemons filmRoughly 2.5 million domestic violence cases are reported each year; more than 1 million are false reports.

A system originally designed to protect against violent acts is now being used as a strategical tactic in divorce and child custody cases.

The powerful 30-minute documentary "DVI: The Inside Story" examines the impact of false domestic violence claims and a system that promotes these false allegations.

DadsDivorce.com editor Matt Allen interviewed filmmaker Tom Lemons about how the system is being abused and the devastating effects these false allegations have on men's lives.

Watch the interview below. A link to the documentary, which is well worth watching, is below the video.


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