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Nov 21, 2012

Omaha Nebraska Divorce LawyerQuestion:

My parental rights were terminated in court by my daughter's mother at a time when I was low on money and my public defender did nothing to help my case.

It is killing me not being a part of my daughter's life, and I want to be involved but her mother is denying me any visits based on my lack of rights.

Is there any way to have my parental rights restored after they were terminated?

Sep 26, 2012

shared parentingBy Julie Garrison

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In an academic paper, social scientists at Arizona State University discussed and made conclusions on two universally conflicted issues facing family law courts and policy makers today on the issue of shared parenting:

  1. Is the quantity or the quality of parenting time more important for children’s outcomes?
  2. Should parenting time be limited in families where there is high conflict between divorced parents?

Sep 25, 2012

divorce laws trendsBy Julie Garrison

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Family law is moving in the direction of collaboration and shared parenting, even if the reform is not as rapid as many scorned divorced dads would like.

This is a glacial but positive movement in the courtroom, and many states have shared parenting legislation, or similar fathers’ rights bills, in the works.

Below is an update on the status of shared parenting reforms in several states.

Sep 10, 2012

paternity lawsBy Sara Pitcher

Cordell & Cordell Men's Divorce Lawyer

Some states require a putative father to submit his information to a database – a putative father registry - to preserve some of his rights as the father of the child.

A putative father is a man who may be a child's father, but who is not married to the child's mother on or before the date that the child is born, or who has not legally established paternity of the child before the filing of an adoption petition for the child.

This impacts any man who thinks he is the biological father of a child born out of wedlock. As soon as a man believes he may be the father of a child, he should determine whether the state that the woman lives in has any requirements for registering as a putative father.

If you suspect that you are the father of a child born out of wedlock who is under the age of 18 years old, you should immediately determine whether there is a putative father registry in your area.

Aug 19, 2012

Omaha Nebraska Divorce LawyerQuestion:

My wife is pregnant by another man. I am thinking about filing for divorce because I feel like it is my only option.

But is there anything other than divorce I can do to protect myself?

I don't want to be responsible for another man's child if we do end up separating for good.

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