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Oct 10, 2014

Question:erica eberle attorney tennessee

My husband and I are in a fairly amicable divorce. I had an affair, which is known by all parties, and conceived of a child with that person. The baby is scheduled to be born after the final divorce court hearing.

My husband does not wish to be the father in my child’s life, and the biological father does wish to be involved. What must I do to get this legally straight? How are paternity laws handled in this situation?


Oct 04, 2014

Question:erica eberle attorney tennessee

I’ve been trying for quite some time to get my divorce from my wife finalized. She has taken forever to get a copy of the decree back to me, and now that she has, the decree is totally different than what we had originally agreed upon.

She changed what we had agreed for custody, insurance, credit card debt, the house and more. Should I fight for the house and assets? What are my options here?


Sep 30, 2014

Question:elisabeth flemming attorney nevada

I had a stay-away order of protection brought against me by my wife. After six months, the case was resolved and the order was re-modified by the courts to a no-harassment order.

 My wife still refuses to let me inside the house even though we both own it. What can I do?

 


Sep 26, 2014

Question:elisabeth flemming attorney nevada

If we give full custody to my wife’s mother and we happen to divorce, can my mother-in-law give fully custody back to my wife or make me pay all of the child support?

 


Sep 24, 2014

Question:erica eberle attorney tennessee

I am a truck driver and am divorced with a son. In the court agreement, it said that I could see him every other weekend. However, because of my changing work schedule, I am not always in town on weekends.

Verbally, my ex and I had agreed that we could make up our own schedule to allow for some evenings and other time where I could watch my son. However, now, she is just keeping him from me, doesn’t tell me anything about his activities or health and listens in when we talk on the phone together. What can I do in this situation?


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