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Jul 25, 2014

Question:jason bowman attorney kentucky

What age does a child have to be to be able to choose which parent he or she wants to live with permanently?


Jul 22, 2014

Question:jason bowman attorney kentucky

My teenage son wants to move in with me and leave his mother's home. 

His mother and I were never married, and neither one of us has custody of him ordered by a court. I have been paying her child support throughout the years.

I was wondering how a custody agreement could be arranged, and whether he could live with me?


Jul 17, 2014

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For some, the decision to divorce is gut-wrenchingly difficult; for others, it's easier than the paperwork involved. Even the most amicable separation is full of court documents and legal agreements, and if real estate is in the mix, then things get even more complicated. 

Moving out and finding your own place can be daunting, and some couples choose to live in the same house instead of going through what's necessary to physically separate. It's difficult, but it's doable. Start by reading these tips on how you should plan for each stage of divorce.


Jul 16, 2014

Question:jason bowman attorney kentucky

Does one parent need to notify the other parent of a new address after a move? Is this legally required?


Jul 09, 2014

Question:elisabeth flemming attorney nevada

My husband and the mother of his child have a parenting plan. The child is three years old and goes to daycare.

When it is my husband's parenting time, it is often more convenient for me (the new wife) to pick up the child because I work closer to the daycare than he does. However, his ex prohibits us from doing this and claims she has the right of first refusal.

Is she correct? Is there anything we can do to modify or change this?


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