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Oct 17, 2012

non-biological father custodyQuestion:

My ex is claiming that I am not the biological father of our child whom I am seeking custody of.

If a paternity test reveals I am not the biological father then does that prevent me from gaining custody?


Oct 01, 2012

Pittsburgh divorce lawyer Anna CiardiQuestion:

I adopted my ex-wife's daughter before we were divorced and was ordered to pay child support, but now I'm curious about how to revoke an adoption.

Since the divorce, my ex-wife has moved the child out of state, allowed me little contact with her, and allows my adopted stepdaughter to meet with her biological father who terminated his parental rights so I could adopt her.

I feel like my ex-wife convinced me of this adoption solely to get child support from me.

Can anything be done to either drop my child support, have my visitation rights enforced, or potentially revoke the adoption?


Aug 30, 2012

helping children divorceWhile divorce causes great upheaval in the lives of the two people who are separating, it is also imperative to remember what kind of trauma it can be be to young children.

Whether your divorce is taking place in New York or Los Angeles, you’ll find that some factors remain the same no matter where you are.

Children do not have the tools or the experience to process a divorce the same way that adults do, so consider these tips to help your children get through what, for them, can be a very scary time.


Aug 13, 2012

Omaha Nebraska Divorce LawyerQuestion:

During our marriage I knowingly signed the birth certificate of my wife’s child even though I knew I was not the biological father.

If we get divorced, do I still have parental rights since I signed the birth certificate and he was born during our marriage even though he is not biologically mine?


Aug 07, 2012

father daughter relationshipBy Julie Garrison

Special to DadsDivorce.com

Divorced dads who maintain an active role in their children’s lives reap the benefits now and later on.

Even out-of-state dads with limited parenting time are still far better for a child than not having a father in the picture at all.

With roughly one of every two marriages ending in divorce, a dad need not feel guilty about ending the marriage. As long as courts recognize the importance of shared parenting, children of divorced parents will be right up there in emotional stability and achievement with children from households where the parents are married and living together.


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