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Sep 21, 2009

Question:

My ex is using a form of parental alienation on our daughter. My daughter and mom refuse to pick up their phones to communicate with me. I text, email, and call to no avail. It has been almost six weeks since I have spoken to, or seen, my daughter. I have joint custody and a visitation schedule of a couple days a week. My daughter is almost 16. What is the best way to handle this?  My goal is to preserve my connection to my daughter.

 


Sep 17, 2009

Question:

My ex and I have a four year old daughter, and my ex has now been evicted from two apartments with in 3 months. Now she is planning on moving in with the next door neighbor which she just met about three weeks ago. She is also behind on the daycare payments, which part of my support is supposed to pay for. How do I use this erratic behavior and irresponsibility to get more custody of our child?


Sep 17, 2009

Question:

My wife and I are getting a divorce. She has her first appointment with her lawyer in a few days. She insists that she wants joint custody and to split the bills 50/50.  She said that she intends to tell her lawyer this as well. It's an amicable divorce and I have no reason to doubt her. That arrangement seems like the best I could hope for.

Should I still get a lawyer? How can I make sure my rights are enforced without making waves?

 


Sep 17, 2009

Question:

I'm paying child support on a child that might not be mine. We were married at the time, split up, and then got back together. It was during our second go around that I found out she was pregnant. How do I go about getting a DNA test arranged to see if the child is truly mine or not?

 

 


Sep 16, 2009

Question:

I haven't seen my son in two months and my divorce hearing is scheduled for this month. There is no court order as of yet but her lawyer has sent my lawyer a letter stating that if I sign an agreement that is not acceptable, I can see him. Is there anything I can do to see my son now?

 


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