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Mar 14, 2014

divorce lawyer Daniel ExnerQuestion:

My estranged wife is falsely alleging that I abused her. She wants to include the “abuse” in the divorce documents, but I have never hit her and there are no hospital or police records that would prove I’ve abused her.

What can I do to protect myself?


Aug 20, 2013

Albany divorce lawyer Asa NeffQuestion:

During our separation, my wife took our children from me and falsely accused me of sexually abusing them.

She told me there is an investigation coming from Child Protective Services, but if I agree to give her sole custody of the children then she would make the CPS investigation "go away."

First, if an investigation were ongoing could she actually stop it? I have a feeling she is bluffing.

Second, how can I get my children back and living with me?


Mar 22, 2013

divorce lawyer Alex DurstQuestion:

My ex-wife had me arrested on domestic violence charges that proved to be false and she committed perjury regarding the matter when we were in court.

I know perjury charges are rarely successful, but her blatant lies are ruining my life.

What steps do I need to take and whom can I seek assistance from to have a perjury charge filed against her?


Aug 03, 2012

New Jersey divorce lawyerQuestion:

My wife's divorce lawyer submitted a divorce settlement proposal to me that stated any information included in the proposal cannot be disclosed or used as evidence in future hearings should they be needed.

She made false claims in the proposal in an attempt to disgrace me and get me riled up.

Do I have to agree to this clause? What is the purpose of a non-disclosure clause in the marital settlement agreement?


Jun 19, 2012

Omaha Nebraska Divorce LawyerQuestion:

My child lives out of state and was recently removed from my ex-wife's home because of child abuse.

The Department of Children and Families in their state never bothered contacting me to tell me my child was placed in foster care. They finally did contact me but only to investigate a false allegation by my ex-wife that I hit our child.

I have a court-appointed attorney but the agency is not cooperating with the lawyer either. They are acting as if I do not exist and are not allowing me to prove myself as a fit parent capable of raising my child.

What can I do to get my child out of foster care and sent to live with me in another state?


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