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May 08, 2014

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By Katie Davis

Mother's Day is just around the corner, but many divorced men wonder what to do or plan during this time of the year. Some may have originally been entitled to the kids this upcoming weekend, while others could just be debating about the best way to approach one's ex on this maternal holiday.

May 02, 2014

Question:william halaz attorney missouri

My ex and I have shared custody our four- and nine-year-old daughters. In the divorce decree, it states that all medical decisions are to be made by both parents.

I found out that my nine-year-old daughter was recently put on Adderall without my say or knowledge. I immediately researched the drug and found it had many dangerous side effects.

I feel that it would be best for this daughter to live with me. I work full time, have a home and can afford a regular babysitter as well. Is it possible for me to become the residential parent for my daughter? Could I even get full custody in this situation?

Apr 29, 2014

Question:maura boogay attorney pennsylvania

Currently, I am a non-custodial parent with thousands of dollars in arrears. 

In August of 2014, I will have physical custody of my son.

After I've become the custodial parent, do I still have to pay arrears? Will my ex-wife now have to pay support?

Apr 24, 2014

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My daughter is going to start kindergarten in the fall. My ex and I have a 50/50 legal and physical joint custody of our daughter. 

I would like my daughter to attend the same school as her stepbrother. My ex wants our daughter to attend the school in her district.

Do I have any ground to stand on if I take her to court to get the issue settled?

Apr 23, 2014

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Can I get custody of my child if I am paying child support and the child is failing school and not living with the mother any longer?

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