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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 19, 2014

Question:elisabeth flemming attorney nevada

I live in one state but have a three-month-old baby that lives in another state with her mother.

I'm very concerned about how the courts will split parenting time between the mother and me.

Can joint custody be given in this situation? How would that work when we live in separate states?


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 09, 2014

Question:jason bowman attorney kentucky

My wife left our state for a supposed vacation recently. When I arrived to join her on vacation, she told me she would not be moving back home and that she wanted a divorce.

Blindsided! We have not yet filed for divorce, but I want to know what rights I have? I do not want my child to be 3,000 miles away and have to go live across the country in the mother's new state. 


Jul 23, 2014

Question:elisabeth flemming attorney nevada

My wife has decided that she will be leaving to go out of state and meet up with her boyfriend. She will be leaving our two sons and my stepson with me.

We have now been living separately for nine months with no legal separation. She says she should return in a few months, but has not given me dates.

Will I be able to get full custody and child support from her if I file for divorce right after she leaves? Would this be considered abandonment on her part? Also, if her boyfriend comes back with her, can I keep him from being around the kids?


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