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Apr 10, 2014

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My ex and I both moved to separate states outside the state of our divorce.

I have not been allowed custody of my kids in almost three years even though we’re supposed to have joint custody.

Can I enforce the child custody law from one state to another?


Jan 03, 2014

happiness post-divorceBy Henry S. Miller

Author of "The Serious Pursuit of Happiness"

Amp up the amount of happiness in your life each and every month of the year by intentionally focusing on 12 strategies that the science of happiness and well being has proven can increase your feelings of happiness and satisfaction.

Even better: know that, if you add these actions to your life, your feelings of increased positive emotion can last for days, weeks, and even months!

If this is the year you decide to get serious about adding happiness that lasts to your life, here are 12 happiness strategies for 2014 and suggestions to make them work for you:


Dec 31, 2013

popular divorce articlesOne of the many differences between DadsDivorce.com and other men’s divorce websites are the amount of divorce articles, interviews, and videos added to our site daily.

Each year, DadsDivorce.com publishes hundreds of fresh, new pieces of content.

While the divorce forum is still the most popular section of DadsDivorce.com and the divorce resources page provides invaluable information, the articles keep you up-to-date on the latest divorce laws, industry trends, and newest legal strategies being utilized.

If you don’t already visit DadsDivorce.com every day, make us part of your daily routine to ensure you don’t miss a thing that could impact your case.

Here is a list of the 10 most popular divorce articles on DadsDivorce.com in 2013.


Oct 24, 2013

reinvent yourself post-divorceIt's done. Finally. Now, it's time to rediscover who you are so you can get back out there and meet a woman completely opposite of the one you just left.

Take this opportunity to reinvent yourself. We often get trapped in a relationship and begin to take on our partner's characteristics.

I mean, come on, you never would have bought an Affliction shirt on your own, nor would you have danced around the house to the new Maroon 5 album. That was her. Not you.

Divorce can stomp on your confidence. Let me tell you, there are millions of people in your shoes and millions of other ladies out there waiting to meet you. Be you, just a better version of yourself.


Jul 25, 2013

spouse harassmentBy Jennifer M. Paine

Cordell & Cordell Divorce Lawyer

Every divorced dad with kids, at some point during and after his divorce, will hear his ex-wife harassing him.

Trust me as a men's divorce attorney, if it has not happened to you yet, it will. It may be a quibble over school grades, who is to take your son to soccer practice, whether your daughter needs to see a doctor, etc.

It may be her family or friends "just talking" at your child’s next function about your parenting style. It may be a constant stream of phone calls and texts about what needs to happen during your parenting time, who is around during your parenting time, whether the two of you agree on vacation time, and so forth.

For some divorced dads, these are minor annoyances that they can deal with. Send a quick text back to your ex about your child’s plans and remind those family and friends that you, and your child, can hear them talking at that event.

For most divorced dads, however, they snowball and feel like, and often are, harassment that erodes your parenting time.

What can you do? Consult with your divorce attorney and consider these three options to stop your ex from harassing you:


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