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Jun 24, 2014

skills guys know

To be a well-rounded guy, it’s important to have certain skills under your proverbial belt. In addition to the basics like knowing how to get and keep a job, pump gas and remembering to call your mom on Mother’s Day, the following seven skills — in no particular order — are things that every man wants to possess:

Set up a Ladder Safely

Anyone who has ever dangled precariously from the top rung of a ladder while his neighbor or roommate admonishes him to be careful knows how important this skill is. To stay as safe as possible while painting the house or doing other work that requires a ladder, do everyone a favor and learn how to use it properly.


Jun 10, 2014

Question:maura boogay attorney pennsylvania new jersey

What happens if my wife left the house and is getting her own place?

She left the kids with me and claimed she suffered from emotional abuse.

Can this benefit me in terms of a divorce or with custody?


Jun 06, 2014

Question:maura boogay attorney pennsylvania new jersey

I moved out of state last year, and my fifteen-year-old son now wants to live with me. My ex is opposed to this.

My son says my ex verbally abuses him. If he refuses to return back home to her after our visitation, do I have to force him on the plane? What are his rights as a teenager?

Can my ex report this as kidnapping if he simply refuses to return back to her?


May 22, 2014

Question:elisabeth flemming attorney las vegas

My wife and I are talking about a divorce. She wants to leave our current state and move to another so that she's close to her family.

I know if we all move out there, my chances in court will drop significantly because I have no family in that area and no job at this time.

I want to file for divorce in our current state before we all set a move date. But is there a way to prevent her from taking off with the kids when she find out I've filed? What steps should I take to protect my parental rights?


May 21, 2014

Question:erica deangelis attorney texas

If a divorced couple agrees to a bird's nest co-parenting arrangement, does that reduce or even eliminate the amount of child support that the father pays?


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