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Feb 28, 2014

divorce lawyer Caroline ThompsonQuestion:

My ex-wife’s new husband has cut off my access to my children and stated if I want to speak to them then all calls and communication must go through him.

There is nothing in our custody agreement regarding phone access, however I do not live in the same state as my ex and children. Is there anything I can do to regain contact with my children?

Feb 12, 2014

divorce lawyer Caroline ThompsonQuestion:

Can I request custody during a visitation hearing?

Feb 10, 2014

visitation child supportBy Julie Garrison

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If you are late on your child support payments - whether a one-time event or chronic lateness - your ex-wife cannot deny you visitation or parenting time with your children.

This is the law in every state in the U.S.

Jan 08, 2014

stepfather issuesBy Julie Garrison

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Parents granted joint custody are generally afforded one of two parenting plan options, depending upon the state they live in:

1. One is a loosely determined plan where both parents fulfill their parenting plan with loosely scheduled blocks of time that are occasionally subject to change.

2. The other choice consists of set days of parenting time with set hours, holidays, pick-up and drop-off locations, and all other considerations spelled out in a court order.

While some ex-spouses are able to pick up and drop off the kids at a set time, there are those parents who exist in the parallel universe of the habitual last-minute change.

And while the occasional flu bug or flat tire can temporarily disrupt any parenting-time arrangement, ongoing capricious change can be devastating to a child.

Nov 29, 2013

Omaha Nebraska Divorce LawyerQuestion:

The non-custodial parent cannot make their scheduled weekend parenting time due to last-minute complications.

Who is responsible for the children if the custodial parent has made plans to be out of town during the weekend the non-custodial parent is now unable to exercise scheduled visitation?

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