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Jul 07, 2014

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Jul 07, 2014

Question:kristy loyall attorney oklahoma

My ex and I originally raised our children to practice the same religion for 13 years.

In the last few months, she has left the home, rejected this religion, had an affair and more. Now, she and her boyfriend have adopted a new and somewhat radical religion.

I would like custody of our children and to continue raising them as we had planned. Can this radical shift of hers be factored into a custody dispute?


Jul 03, 2014

Question:jason bowman attorney kentucky

My daughter lived with her grandmother for the last 13 years on a temporary guardianship that her mother signed without my consent.

My daughter, her mother and her grandmother all live in a separate state than me. Now, my daughter has moved in with me in my state. 

My ex and I are in agreement that we need to gain custody back, but how do we proceed with this? What are our options?


Jun 30, 2014

Question:daniel lipsitz attorney colorado

My ex and I had a good visitation time situation until Father's Day weekend. She asked me if there was any chance of us reconciling, and I told her there wasn't.

Now, she's been sending me harassing text messages. I was supposed to have the kids recently, and she told me not to show up. She won't let the kids come to my house because my new fiancé lives there.

What can I do to stop the harassment and make sure I can see our children?


May 22, 2014

Question:elisabeth flemming attorney las vegas

My wife and I are talking about a divorce. She wants to leave our current state and move to another so that she's close to her family.

I know if we all move out there, my chances in court will drop significantly because I have no family in that area and no job at this time.

I want to file for divorce in our current state before we all set a move date. But is there a way to prevent her from taking off with the kids when she find out I've filed? What steps should I take to protect my parental rights?


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