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Jul 16, 2014

Question:jason bowman attorney kentucky

Does one parent need to notify the other parent of a new address after a move? Is this legally required?

Jun 18, 2014

Question:caroline thompson attorney pennsylvania

I was divorced two years ago, and my ex and I had an agreement to share custody of our dog.

At the time, we both agreed to this but now, she has decided that she no longer wants me to see the dog even though I have been paying for pet expenses equally. 

I'm pretty sure that it was discussed during our divorce that I would be able to see the dog whenever my ex and I could agree on a time, but it was never put in the final divorce decree. What are my options?

Jun 04, 2014

Question:caroline thompson attorney pennsylvania

My husband's ex-wife tells his daughter's coaches and staff leaders to not give him information regarding her sports or extracurricular activities. 

There is no court order against my husband that says he can't give given this information.

Sometimes, his ex even changes his daughter's last name so that we cannot attend her games or see her perform.

Is this violating his rights as a father? Can his ex do this even though there is no court order against him?

Feb 28, 2014

divorce lawyer Caroline ThompsonQuestion:

My ex-wife’s new husband has cut off my access to my children and stated if I want to speak to them then all calls and communication must go through him.

There is nothing in our custody agreement regarding phone access, however I do not live in the same state as my ex and children. Is there anything I can do to regain contact with my children?

Apr 10, 2013

Noblesville Indiana Divorce LawyerQuestion:

My wife has moved out with our children and is denying me access to them saying she doesn't have to give me parenting time if there is not a court order.

I do not wish to cause any problems that could potentially damage my child custody case. I do, however, wish to see my children.

How can I get parenting time with my children if I am still legally married and no court orders have been issued?

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