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Feb 03, 2014

divorce lawyer Kristen BuzzelliQuestion:

My court order has a morality clause stating neither party is allowed to have overnight guests of the opposite sex when children are present.

My issue is my girlfriend is pregnant, and I want her to move in with me now that we are engaged. Is there an exception to that rule if someone is engaged to a pregnant woman so that I can help take care of her?

Mar 07, 2013

Baltimore Maryland divorce lawyerQuestion:

My soon-to-be-ex-wife committed tax fraud and I would like to bring up her dishonesty and lack of morals at our child custody hearing.

Will a judge take into account her illegal acts in a child custody case?

Dec 04, 2012

Omaha Nebraska Divorce LawyerQuestion:

Even though our divorce decree does not include a morality clause prohibiting overnight guests I'm still worried about having my girlfriend move in.

Does my girlfriend living with me pose a threat to a possible modification of custody or visitation rights even though there is not a provision prohibiting this in my divorce decree?

Nov 16, 2012

violate morality clauseQuestion:

I would like some clarification on interpreting a divorce decree that includes a morality clause concerning overnight guests and cohabitation.

My boyfriend has a clause in his divorce decree that states "no party shall have overnight guests of the opposite sex to whom they are not married or related by blood or marriage while the minor children are in the home during periods of physical custody and/or parenting time."

Can he be found in contempt even if we are living together since technically I'm not a "guest" but rather sharing the same residence? What would a punishment be if he was found in contempt?

And how would someone be able to prove contempt? Would the children have to testify about the living arrangement?

Oct 31, 2012

oklahoma city divorce lawyerQuestion:

My girlfriend has a morality clause in her divorce decree that no member of the opposite sex that she is romantically involved with my spend the night in the same dwelling as her children.

Is there any way to get around this clause prohibiting me from staying the night or vacationing when her children are around?

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