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Dec 11, 2013

ex wife criminal caseBy Erik Carter

Cordell & Cordell Divorce Attorney

It is not uncommon for a party to be arrested during a litigated child custody dispute, including modifying parenting time. It’s not as frequent as people think, but it does happen.   

The mother of your children – whether that is your wife, your ex-girlfriend, or your ex-wife – can be arrested and her criminal case will have an affect on the custody litigation, even though the criminal case will be occurring in a different court with a different judge.

Dec 02, 2013

divorce lawyer Caroline ThompsonQuestion:

My wife has made it difficult for me to see our children ever since she asked for a divorce last month. She frequently takes the kids with her on weekend trips out of town to see friends and family.

It seems as though I’m at her mercy when it comes to my right to see my children. What can I do?

Nov 13, 2013

Pittsburgh divorce lawyer Anna CiardiQuestion:

My wife and I are going through a divorce and she is pregnant. I want joint custody of our unborn child.

How old does the child have to be for me to seek joint custody? Is it possible for a father to have custody of a newborn child?

Sep 19, 2013

pittsburgh divorce lawyer jana palkoQuestion:

I am considering moving in with my girlfriend, though I’m in the middle of a child custody case.

We are considering moving in together to afford a bigger house for my children.

Would moving in with my girlfriend greatly affect the outcome of my child custody case?

Jul 09, 2013

child support shared custodyBy Tamara Hoffstatter

Men's Divorce Attorney

Child support is meant to ensure that each parent is taking a role in providing for the financial needs of their children.

If one parent has sole physical custody and the other has visitation, the parent with the visitation will almost always end up paying child support. 

The assessment of a child support obligation is not really based, however, on who has custody of the children. 

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