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Mar 04, 2009

At no time in the divorce process do you have more questions, reservations, fears and uncertainties than before your first meeting with your attorney. It is understandable that many men neglect preparing the way they should for that first visit. 

In this episode of DadsDivorce Live, divorce attorney, Dan Cuneo, JD (Cordell & Cordell, PC) explains what you can expect when you come in for your initial office visit.

"The initial visit often sets the tone for the entire divorce process," Cuneo explains. This episode provides you with a list of items that you should gather and bring with you to ensure an effective and proactive approach to your entire divorce.

The documents and mindset that you bring with you to your first office visit will translate into a successful divorce strategy.  Watch the instructive video after the jump.

 


Feb 12, 2009

In a legal environment that is often dictates limited time between fathers and their children one question surfaces again and again: "Who's looking out for the kids?"

The answer is: The Children's Rights Council. On this episode of DadsDivorce Live attorney Dan Cuneo speaks to Michael Doherty of the CRC's Illinois Chapter.

Mr Doherty recently addressed two state committees to shine some light on the fact that standards do in fact exist de facto parenting schedules that our court system relies on which are patently "child-unfriendly."  

Watch the interview in which Mr Doherty describes the CRC's testimony about how the "one-size-fits-all" constraints of the present "every other weekend and four hours on Wednesday" schedule doesn't work for kids. 


Jan 29, 2009

The topic of "changing the locks" gets thrown around a lot. Control of access to the family home sometimes seems necessary to the person still inside. It can seem dehumanizing and controlling to the person out in the cold.

This episode of "Ask A Lawyer" deals with the question of the locked door. Cordell & Cordell, PC attorney, Dan Cuneo, discusses the topic with DadsDivorce editor with Rick Ortiz.


Jan 15, 2009

We answer your questions on this episode of DadsDivorce Live. Cordell and Cordell, PC family court attorney, Dan Cuneo, JC, answers your questions about flexibility in making court-ordered payments

If she refuses to pay her part to you, can you stop paying what is due to her? If your new family circumstances (such as a new baby) be taken into account in lowering your previous child support or maintenance obligations?

Read more to find out about the best approach to take when you think you're paying too much.


Jan 08, 2009

Tax & Financial expert, Michael Isenhart of Isenhart Tax & Financial, joins family law attorney, Dan Cuneo, JD (Cordell & Cordell, PC) to discuss changes in this year's tax laws pertaining to dependent children of divorced or separated parents or parents who live apart. Make reading this a part of your divorce financial plan.

This document contains final regulations relating to a claim that a child is a dependent by parents who are divorced, legally separated under a decree of separate maintenance, or separated under a written separation agreement, or who live apart at all times during the last 6 months of the calendar year. Watch this interview before you file your taxes!

Read more to see our expert discussion.
Read the IRS document for yourself right here.
Read Mr. Isenhart's full article regarding these IRS changes pertaining to children of divorced parents.


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