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Jan 29, 2012

advice on divorceQuestion:

My ex-wife has primary child custody and she told me she is going to take our child and move out of state next week.

She told me since she is the custodial parent and I have limited visitation rights that there is nothing I can do about it.

Can she move my child out of state or is she in violation of the court's child custody order?

Jan 24, 2012

bring abducted children homeJapan is known as a haven for international child abduction as the country has never returned a single abducted child.

Paul Toland, who is a commander in the U.S. Navy and has testified before Congress on this issue, is the only living parent of Erika Toland who was abducted to Japan in 2003 and has been held there first by his wife, Etsuko – who later committed suicide – and since then by Erika's grandmother.

Toland's experience led him to co-found the organization Bring Abducted Children Home, which is dedicated to the immediate return of internationally abducted children who are being wrongfully detained in Japan.

He spoke with editor Matt Allen about his story and why Japan is known as a "black hole" for children who have been abducted where once they enter, they never return.

Jan 19, 2012

religion divorceBy Sara Pitcher

Noblesville, Indiana Divorce Lawyer

The question of who gets to determine the religion of a child is a common one when parents with different religious beliefs divorce.

The United States Constitution grants parents the right to direct the upbringing and education of children under their control.

The United States Supreme Court case of Pierce v. Society of Sisters established the principal that parents have the right to direct the religious upbringing of their children.

Parents' liberty interest in directing their child’s religious upbringing can be found in the Fourteenth Amendment substantive due process clause.

Each state takes a different approach to the issue of deciding the religion of the child. In reaching a decision about religion in a family law case, most courts will follow one of three standards.

Jan 13, 2012

divorce lawyer Daniel ExnerQuestion:

Per our child custody agreement, I have parenting time with my children the majority of the nights each week.

My ex-wife has full visitation rights. I am looking to move with my children to another state to be closer to family. Even though we have joint custody, my house is considered the children's primary residence.

Can I just inform her that I am moving out of state and leave or will a judge block me from moving?

Jan 11, 2012

dad role modelsBy Julie Garrison

Special to

Today’s divorced dads who have been awarded physical custody of their children have a heavy burden. They are pioneering a societal movement with little-to-no role modeling to fall back on.

Dads are similar to the suffragettes of the 1930s who campaigned for equality with men. This is exactly what dads are doing in today's societal and legal environment. They are fighting for the right to parent their own children.

These courageous dads are evolving into role models for future generations of men.

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