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Jul 08, 2014

Question:daniel lipsitz attorney colorado

The wife of my children keeps demanding my paycheck stubs because she wants to redo our child support arrangement. In the meantime, she has stopped working.

My income has not changed since our marriage. Is this considered harassment? What is the legal process for requesting child support be adjusted?


Jul 07, 2014

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Those going through a divorce can find a great read in author and motivational speaker Honoree Corder's newest book, "If Divorce is a Game, These are the Rules."

Known for writing books like "The Successful Single Dad" and "The Successful Single Mom," Corder creates a great handbook for navigating divorce and its many challenges as well as creating the life one wants in her newest work.


Jun 28, 2014

Question:elisabeth flemming attorney nevada

My wife wants a divorce, and I don't. We are supposed to start seeing a counselor soon, but she says she doesn't want to fix the marriage.

At what point should I get a lawyer?


Jun 25, 2014

Bill Lako, Principal Managing Director of Henssler Financial, discusses the importance of financial advising in divorce with DadsDivorce.com editor Matt Allen. 

Lako describes how a certified divorce financial analyst (CDFA) can help individuals involved in the divorce process protect assets, sort out complicated tax and financial matters and come up with an equitable situation. 

CDFA's often make sure that their clients are thinking clearly and can come up with a long-term plan for financial planning. Lako also mentions that a CPA can be hired in the divorce process to help look at tax matters and financial matters in the moment.


Jun 19, 2014

Question:maura boogay attorney pennsylvania new jersey

I provide insurance to my son and ex. However, my ex refuses to use the doctors covered on my health insurance plan.

Instead, she goes to doctors that the insurance will not cover. I have decent insurance, and there are many doctors in the plan who practice in close proximity.

Do I pay half of this cost when it is her choice to use outside doctors?


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