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Sep 11, 2014

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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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.


Aug 06, 2014

Question:kristy loyall attorney oklahoma

My ex-girlfriend is pregnant and is expected to have the baby within the next two weeks. She will not tell me when the baby is about to be born and has advised me that she will not allow me to see the child.

I fear for the baby's safety with her because she has neglected her other children before and has taken painkillers, even when pregnant. 

How do I file for custody if I don't know my baby's name or when the baby will be born? What are my rights?


Jun 04, 2014

Question:caroline thompson attorney pennsylvania

My wife makes a lot more money than I do. We are about to get a divorce.

If her salary is much larger than mine, can I get alimony from her then?


Nov 05, 2013

minnesota divorce lawyerQuestion:

I believe my wife defaulted on the divorce, as she did not file a response in the required amount of time.

I thought I had won but my divorce lawyer claims that default means nothing and that it won't be considered here in my state.

I then question why a process server was hired and why my spouse was told to respond within a certain amount of days.

Who is right?


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