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Sep 08, 2014

Question:jason bowman attorney kentucky

My husband carries insurance for his kids with his ex-wife, for myself and for my kids. 

His ex-wife has blocked us from access to all medical records, including the records of my children from a previous relationship.

How is that legal? What can we do to get access to medical records back again?


Sep 03, 2014

united states map

By Katie Davis

While divorce laws are complex, have many facets and are sometimes interpreted a bit differently by different judges, there is no doubt that there are a few U.S. states where obtaining a divorce becomes quite an ordeal.


Sep 02, 2014

Question:elisabeth flemming attorney nevada

Recently, I found a picture posted on my ex-wife's Facebook page of our daughters sleeping on a couch with a rifle sitting in the room and close to them.

What are my rights to do something about this potentially dangerous situation?


Aug 28, 2014

school and divorce

Divorce rituals change from culture to culture and over time. In some areas of Japan, couples write their separation wishes on paper and flush them down the toilet, along with the marriage. 

In the United States, changes in our belief systems have had a radical effect on the state of divorce, especially for those with children. To prevent yourself from making mistakes that can seriously affect you and your family, you will need to clean out some old beliefs and embrace the future.


Aug 27, 2014

Question:kristy loyall attorney oklahoma

My ex has a children's services case in which it states that she is not allowed to have physical contact with our two children. 

Originally, we had a shared parenting plan in the divorce, so she's now requesting that her parents keep the children during her time instead of them just staying with me.

Is there a way I can legally keep them from going to their maternal grandparents' house?


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