Why The USFSPA Is Unfair To Retired Veterans


The Uniformed Services Former Spouses Protection Act was passed more than 30 years ago and has faced criticism by numerous veterans organizations ever since. The law routinely blindsides divorced servicemen and women who, after divorce, suddenly find huge portions of the retirement funds they’ve earned sent to their former spouse.


Video: Cordell & Cordell News – May 1, 2015


Dads Divorce, sponsor Cordell & Cordell and sister site MensDivorce.com have teamed up to present a series of weekly recap videos to keep you informed on the latest news and top stories. This week, Cordell & Cordell linked to a story published in the Albany Times-Union about a man who


Billionaire’s Divorce Case Nears End

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It appears the near billion-dollar divorce case of Continental Resources Inc. CEO Harold Hamm might be nearing its conclusion. On Tuesday, in a 7-2 decision, the Oklahoma Supreme Court dismissed an appeal of the divorce judgment from Hamm’s ex-wife of 26 years, Sue Ann Arnall. The court ruled that she


DadsDivorce LIVE: Children’s Books About Divorce

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Kimberly King is a child-development professional, certified early-childhood educator and speaker. King has authored a pair of children’s books that deal with two very serious matters that can be difficult for parents to approach their kids about. Her first book, “I Said No!” is a best-selling children’s book about sexual-abuse


Employee Accuses Boss Of Pocketing Child Support

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Yet another story has emerged that reveals how counterintuitive the United States’ child support system can be. The Albany Times-Union published the story of Loubert Legros, the former executive chef at Carmine’s Restaurant in Albany, N.Y. Legros, who worked for almost three  years at Carmine’s before it closed in February


Paying For The Marital Home Prior To Mediation

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Question: Following our temporary divorce hearing the judge ordered me to pay child support and continue making payments on the marital  home until we meet with a mediator. I can’t afford to continue making these house payments. What are my options if my name is the only one on the