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Jan 15, 2012

New Jersey divorce lawyerQuestion:

I have two marriage separation advice questions concerning child custody and child support when my children live in another state.

Since my ex-wife and children moved out of state, which state do I pay child support in?

Also, how does joint custody work if the parents do not live near each other?

Jan 13, 2012

divorce lawyer Daniel ExnerQuestion:

Per our child custody agreement, I have parenting time with my children the majority of the nights each week.

My ex-wife has full visitation rights. I am looking to move with my children to another state to be closer to family. Even though we have joint custody, my house is considered the children's primary residence.

Can I just inform her that I am moving out of state and leave or will a judge block me from moving?

Jan 11, 2012

dad role modelsBy Julie Garrison

Special to

Today’s divorced dads who have been awarded physical custody of their children have a heavy burden. They are pioneering a societal movement with little-to-no role modeling to fall back on.

Dads are similar to the suffragettes of the 1930s who campaigned for equality with men. This is exactly what dads are doing in today's societal and legal environment. They are fighting for the right to parent their own children.

These courageous dads are evolving into role models for future generations of men.

Jan 09, 2012

Indiana Divorce LawyerQuestion:

I have to move farther away from my children and I want to know what effects it will have on my parenting time.

My child custody periods are limited to extended breaks when the kids are out of school, and I meet my ex-wife halfway for the custody exchange.

My new job is forcing me to move even farther away from my children where it is necessary to have them fly on a plane to visit. I am worried I will not be able to afford roundtrip airfare several times a year for all my kids, thus resulting in me potentially not being able to see my children.

How are transportation cost responsibilities divided when one party has to move?

Do you think the court will order me to pay for the roundtrip tickets because my ex claims she cannot afford them?

Jan 06, 2012

parental kidnapping in americaIn 2010, the U.S. Department of Justice reported an average of 200,000 cases of parental kidnapping each year.

Maureen Dabbagh is a Virginia Supreme Court Family Mediator specializing in cross-border child custody disputes, who has been providing expert testimony on the issue of parental kidnapping since 1997.

Her own three-year-old daughter was abducted from the United States and taken to the Middle East by her ex-husband. Dabbagh had no communication with her daughter for 17 years until they were reunited in 2010.

Now, Dabbagh has just released a book call "Parental Kidnapping in America: An Historical and Cultural Analysis."

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