I'm planning for a scheduled week with my kids where we'll go on day trips like visiting the zoo or the beach as well as just hang out.
My ex is now saying that she wants my complete schedule and that I need to tell her our every activity for the week. She already agreed to me having time with the kids, so do I need to provide all of this?
My estranged ex left me after I was deployed overseas in the Navy. She never contacted me except to send me divorce papers and let me know, for the first time ever, that I have a daughter.
I have never gotten to meet or see my daughter. What can I do? How can I find her?
This week, Cordell & Cordell announced two free upcoming seminars including aMen’s Divorce School event in Sacramento, California and an event co-sponsored by the American Society of Attorney-CPAs, which will take place in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Attorney Heather Biagi who practices with Cordell & Cordell, again sits down with online editor Katie Davis to discuss the importance in choosing an attorney that will best represent one’s case. She mentions the fact that attorneys who specialize in domestic litigation are sometimes more familiar with not only the various issues that arise but also the different judges who often oversee such cases. Ms. Biagi gives DadsDivorce viewers some tips for what to think about when choosing attorneys for themselves.
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