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Sep 06, 2013

men's divorce issuesBy Alan Starc

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Divorces are a recurrent issue today. Both the spouses involved either in separation or divorce might find it excruciatingly painful to deal with the aftermath.

While women are much more expressive about their grief, men find themselves in a clearly precarious position. It becomes difficult for them to express their distress, as it would perceivably hurt their machismo.

Now, the legal hassles faced by men in terms of custody, spousal support, etc., often remain less discussed. Here is a lowdown on some of the effects of divorce on men.

Aug 16, 2013

divorce lawyer Andrew LaufersQuestion:

I am strongly considering discontinuing practicing right of first refusal because of how difficult and contentious our regular parenting time negotiations can get.

My ex always wants to move her parenting time and set up a type of parenting time trade that would wind up being inconvenient to me. We do not have an official right of first refusal clause in our custody order, but we’ve always tried to make it work.

It’s becoming so frustrating that I feel all I can do is abide by the court ordered schedule and not involve a right of first refusal option.

Am I wrong on this?

Jul 31, 2013

Omaha Nebraska Divorce LawyerQuestion:

My wife and I are separated, though no divorce paperwork has been filed. We have a verbal custody agreement that the children will live with me this summer and return to their mother's home before the school year begins.

My wife is demanding the children be returned now even though school doesn’t start for several more weeks.

As the father, don't I have the right to refuse to return our children until the original agreed upon time?

Feb 15, 2013

divorce lawyer Andrea JohnsonQuestion:

I was recently awarded sole physical and legal custody of my child, who my ex-wife now claims is not mine.

She says that the biological father is now going to file for custody.

Is it possible I could lose custody if it turned out I was not the child's biological father?

Jan 22, 2013

divorce lawyer Kirsten ReneauQuestion:

I would like to request a child support modification given my ex-wife's increase in income, but I am concerned that my increased amount of parenting time will not be taken into effect because it has not been entered as a court order.

I have my child with me approximately 70 percent of the time per a verbal agreement my ex-wife and I have that differs from the original child custody order of 50-50 parenting time.

If I request to modify child support, can my ex-wife then fight me to return to the original 50-50 court-ordered custody schedule? I would like to pay less child support but not if it means risking time with my child.

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