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Jul 18, 2014

skills guys know

One of the most difficult aspects of divorce when you have children can be the process of explaining to them what is happening and reassuring them that they are still loved.

Elementary school teacher and author Joanna Rowland recently published a children's book that touches upon this subject called, "Always Mom, Forever Dad.


Jun 13, 2014

father child technology rules

Being a divorced dad comes with its own baggage. By itself, the term means that, at some point, the family dynamic was turned upside down. Whether you are a weekend dad or the sole caregiver, technology can be your biggest enemy or your greatest ally. 

As the parent, you need to model the behaviors that you want your children to mimic, and this includes positive technology use.


Sep 17, 2013

colorado springs divorce lawyer Stephanie RikemanQuestion:

My ex-wife is constantly asking for additional money above and beyond the child support I pay.

Every week she calls and harasses me for additional money.

Is there anything I can do to prevent her from continually asking for more than what I am paying in child support?


Jun 27, 2013

divorce lawyer Andrew LaufersQuestion:

Can my ex-wife prevent me from showing up at my children’s activities, such as baseball games or school plays?

I have joint legal custody and she has sole physical custody.


May 08, 2013

Omaha Nebraska Divorce LawyerQuestion:

My oldest child is returning home from college this summer, and my ex-wife is threatening to raise my child support on my other children if I do not pay for certain expenses for my college-aged child, such as gas, increased utility costs from living at home over the summer, etc.

Since my oldest child is emancipated I have explained to my ex-wife that anything the child needs I will pay directly to him rather than to my ex-wife. But then she threatens me that she can get me to pay more.

Are her threats valid or should I proceed with paying my child directly for his summer expenses?


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