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Oct 12, 2011

Jennifer Hankinson Dallas Divorce AttorneyQuestion:

How do child custody laws handle parenting time conflicts when one parent cannot be there for scheduled visitation?

Because of my work schedule the next few months I will be out of town during my scheduled parenting time.

If I can't make my scheduled weekends, do I just lose that parenting time and forfeit my visitation?

Can the court force my ex-wife to work with me to come up with a modified custody schedule to reflect my job schedule for the next few months?


Sep 05, 2011

Question:Kevin Mammola Atlanta Divorce Attorney

How do child support laws address paying for school lunches?

My ex-wife is asking me for more money to cover the cost of lunch on top of the child support I already pay.

Are school lunches covered by child support, and is there any written documentation I can provide to my ex-wife?


Aug 25, 2011

Question:Kevin Mammola Atlanta Divorce Attorney

Do child support laws force you to pay child support through college?

My child will be graduating high school next year at the age of 18. My original divorce decree calls for me to pay child support through age 20 or completion of high school, whichever comes first.

Can the custodial parent now apply to have the child support continued into college?


Aug 18, 2011

mens divorce lawyer Janet Yu JohnstonQuestion:

My ex-wife was awarded primary child custody and exclusive rights in regards to deciding where our children live. She has repeatedly moved from the state we were divorced in, but is currently living in a state that I recently moved to.

I am trying to get back into my children's lives, but I am fearful that she will move again.

Are there any chances the court will amend the orders and not allow her exclusive rights to decide where the children live since she constantly moves in part to keep me away from my children? What jurisdiction would I need to file this motion in?


Jul 06, 2011

joint physical custodyBy Julie Garrison

Special to DadsDivorce.com

While joint legal custody of children is a good solution in the majority of divorce and child custody proceedings, joint physical custody is not always possible - at least not joint physical custody with equal time to each parent.

The extenuating circumstances of location and work hours unfortunately play into the distribution of physical custody. 

There are tremendous benefits to both parents and children for those lucky enough to be able to share equal parenting time:


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