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Sep 28, 2014

Question:daniel lipsitz attorney colorado

I started proceedings for my divorce a couple of years ago, but I’m not sure whether it is was officially completed.

How do I check? If I want to go about seeking full custody of my children, what are the steps I need to take to start the process?

 


Sep 26, 2014

Question:elisabeth flemming attorney nevada

If we give full custody to my wife’s mother and we happen to divorce, can my mother-in-law give fully custody back to my wife or make me pay all of the child support?

 


Sep 24, 2014

Question:erica eberle attorney tennessee

I am a truck driver and am divorced with a son. In the court agreement, it said that I could see him every other weekend. However, because of my changing work schedule, I am not always in town on weekends.

Verbally, my ex and I had agreed that we could make up our own schedule to allow for some evenings and other time where I could watch my son. However, now, she is just keeping him from me, doesn’t tell me anything about his activities or health and listens in when we talk on the phone together. What can I do in this situation?


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?


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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