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Jun 04, 2012

visitation interferenceVisitation interference is pervasive affecting approximately 6 million children nationwide, yet most states disregard enforcing court-ordered parenting time schedules.

The law is swift and severe when child support is unpaid, but when a father is denied access to his child there are few remedies available.

However, Illinois is one of the latest states to protect visitation orders following the recent passage of legislation that applies many of the sanctions available in non-payment of child support cases to those of visitation and access interference.


May 25, 2012

fathers rightsBy William E. Brooks

Author, "My Life In Exile"

Recently, in what should have been a joyous occasion, I became a grandfather. However, I have yet to see my new grandson. 

And what is worse, my son, the father, has only seen his son a handful of times because he is not married to the child’s mother, which effectively gives him zero rights to his child at the moment.

I was aware of the difficulties divorced dads face in trying to maintain a meaningful relationship with their children because I’ve lived through that experience. But now my eyes are opened to a whole new area of need: that of unwed fathers.


May 11, 2012

mens divorce lawyerQuestion:

I have a restraining order against me that says I am to have no contact with my ex-wife, so how does this affect my parenting time with my children?

There is a parenting plan in place with specific times for me to see my children, but our visitation exchange is supposed to take place at my ex-wife’s workplace.

How can I exercise parenting time and pick up my kids from my ex-wife if I am court-ordered to have no contact with her?


Apr 23, 2012

advice on divorceQuestion:

My ex-wife has filed a motion to suspend visitation.

How can I fight this baseless motion and defend myself against her false allegations?


Apr 13, 2012

parenting timeBy Julie Garrison

Special to DadsDivorce.com

It is seemingly universal that divorced dads want to have more parenting time with their children than what the court has "awarded" them.

While a child custody modification proceeding may seem daunting, there are steps you can take now to build a case for more parenting time with your children. It takes time to build a case, so be methodical, document everything, and above all continue to be a great father.

Oh, and remember the 6 Ways To Deal With Your Ex-Wife In Order To Increase Parenting Time:


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