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Aug 22, 2012

divorce jurisdictionQuestion:

My ex-wife is not exercising her visitation rights under our current child custody arrangement because she recently moved several states away.

I would like to move to another state with my child and my new wife.

Can I move with my wife and child to another state if my ex-wife has not made an effort to fulfill her part of the custody schedule?


Aug 21, 2012

New Jersey divorce lawyerQuestion:

I have had temporary primary custody of my child as my ex-wife and I agreed to move him into my town in another state with a better school district.

My ex-wife intends to move to my town at which point we would return to our shared custody agreement. The problem is her move keeps being delayed so I stopped paying her child support since the child lives exclusively with me during this interim period.

Can my ex-wife ask the courts to force me to continue to pay child support even though she is the non-custodial parent at this point? If I file a request to modify child support and child custody to reflect our current situation, which state has jurisdiction?


Aug 13, 2012

Noblesville Indiana Divorce LawyerQuestion:

I am trying to arrange a child custody and parenting time schedule with my ex-girlfriend, who recently moved and now lives several hours from me.

What are standard parenting time guidelines when the parents live a great distance from each other?


Jul 18, 2012

shared parenting mythsBy Julie Garrison

Special to DadsDivorce.com

When divorced parents engage in shared parenting, they are building in a buffer against violence, molestation, suicide and health problems in their children.

Statistically, children with divorced parents who are both actively participating in the parenting process are happier, more secure, and more adjusted at home, in school, in clubs, in sports, with friends, and in all aspects of their lives.


Jul 17, 2012

shared parenting mythsBy Julie Garrison

Special to DadsDivorce.com

Shared parenting is emerging as the better prototype for co-parenting children after divorce with courts more frequently steering away from the every-other-weekend "visitation" schedule.

While this shared-parenting arrangement is inconvenient at times for divorced couples, it allows a child to bond with both parents. Visitation is out – shared parenting is in.

When divorcing parents are presented with the idea of shared parenting, there is an undercurrent of fear and negativity that needs to be dispelled. Couples must bear in mind that the old parenting-after-divorce model doesn't work well. It is often adversarial when it doesn't need to be.

Here are five of the most prevalent myths about shared parenting.


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