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Aug 20, 2014

hobbies after divorce

Going through a divorce is a life-changing event. Parting from someone you intended to spend the rest of your life with is difficult, but not impossible. Instead of letting your divorce consume and define you, take control by moving forward and trying out new hobbies. 

After you have allowed yourself time to grieve and heal, you may find yourself searching for things to do to fill your newly unoccupied hours. Any of these hobbies could be a great fit.


Aug 20, 2014

Question:diana bishara attorney new jersey

My wife has been putting off finding a full-time job until our divorce is complete.

She holds two different master's degrees in education. Shouldn't this be considered as potential income when calculating maintenance?


Aug 18, 2014

Question:erica eberle attorney tennessee

My son has spinal muscular atrophy and is confined to a bed or wheelchair. He requires feeding tubes. 

I have visitation with him on Sundays at my ex-wife's discretion. However, she recently called the police on me while I was at their home during one of my visitations.

I don't want to go back to her home and am wondering what I can do to get visitations set up while not in her presence. I'd also be interested in having nursing hours with him, but she takes all of those hours now.

How can I get visitation with my son without her being in the home or present?


Aug 14, 2014

school and divorce

By Katie Davis

Parents know that back-to-school time can be quite an eventful time. Activities including buying new books and and school supplies, getting class schedules or carpools organized and altogether just ensuring that children are ready to go back to class.


Aug 13, 2014

Question:diana bishara attorney new jersey

The mother of my child has given me trouble over the last few years, asking for more child support than what was required.

Now, she wants me to give up my parental rights? Can she do this? If she get this to pass, do I still pay child support and medical insurance? What are my rights here?


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