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Jul 07, 2014

Question:kristy loyall attorney oklahoma

My ex and I originally raised our children to practice the same religion for 13 years.

In the last few months, she has left the home, rejected this religion, had an affair and more. Now, she and her boyfriend have adopted a new and somewhat radical religion.

I would like custody of our children and to continue raising them as we had planned. Can this radical shift of hers be factored into a custody dispute?


Jun 28, 2014

Question:elisabeth flemming attorney nevada

My wife wants a divorce, and I don't. We are supposed to start seeing a counselor soon, but she says she doesn't want to fix the marriage.

At what point should I get a lawyer?


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?


Jun 19, 2014

Question:maura boogay attorney pennsylvania new jersey

I provide insurance to my son and ex. However, my ex refuses to use the doctors covered on my health insurance plan.

Instead, she goes to doctors that the insurance will not cover. I have decent insurance, and there are many doctors in the plan who practice in close proximity.

Do I pay half of this cost when it is her choice to use outside doctors?


May 29, 2014

Question:caroline thompson attorney pennsylvania

My ex wants to change our child's last name from her maiden name to the last name of her new husband.

Because I am the father, does she need my permission to do this? I still pay court-ordered child support regularly.


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