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Jul 18, 2014

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One of the most difficult aspects of divorce when you have children can be the process of explaining to them what is happening and reassuring them that they are still loved.

Elementary school teacher and author Joanna Rowland recently published a children's book that touches upon this subject called, "Always Mom, Forever Dad.


Jul 18, 2014

DadsDivorce, sponsor Cordell & Cordell law firm and sister site MensDivorce.com have teamed up to present a series of news round-up videos at the end of each week.

In this week's news, Cordell & Cordell launched its new online video consultation option for those who need an alternative to meeting in person. DadsDivorce published an article with tips for dating after divorce.  MensDivorce discussed the importance of establishing paternity for unwed fathers.

Check out the weekly news video below.


Jul 16, 2014

Question:jason bowman attorney kentucky

Does one parent need to notify the other parent of a new address after a move? Is this legally required?


Jul 16, 2014

Question:elisabeth flemming attorney nevada

My son told me he went on vacation to another state. His mother never told me they would be going out of state.

When I asked her about it, she said that he must have been dreaming. My son is eight years old, and he knows the difference between dreams and reality.

Is there a way I can find out if she took him out of state without my consent? Can I find out if a plane ticket was purchased?


Jul 14, 2014

Question:jason bowman attorney kentucky

I was recently served divorce papers by my wife. 

We haven't yet gone to our first mediation, and for the past four weeks, my five-year-old son has told me about how he's visited her new boyfriend at his apartment, at my old house, at an amusement park and more.

Will she face any legal ramifications for doing this, especially before mediation?


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