Download The Men’s Divorce Source App 3.0

Men's Divorce Source App

The latest Men’s Divorce Source app, presented by Cordell & Cordell, is loaded with relevant information to help you through every stage of your divorce process. The free app is available in the iTunes App Store and includes: Divorce articles and news from DadsDivorce.com and MensDivorce.com with search, sharing, and bookmarking

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Modifying Child Support When Arrears Are Owed

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Question: I am trying to modify my current parenting time. Right now, because I only have 80 overnights, I owe my ex-wife child support. If I modify the plan to at least 110 overnights, she would have to start paying me child support. However, I owe more than $10,000 in

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Does The Right Of First Refusal Apply?

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Question: My ex-spouse and I share 50/50 legal/physical custody of our two children. We follow a one-week alternating custody schedule and both agreed to a right of first refusal in our stipulation, which is vague at best. I frequently work nights and she exercises her first right of refusal by

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Video: Cordell & Cordell News – February 27, 2015

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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 reminded its Memphis and Greenville viewers that two free Divorce 101 seminars are

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The Forgotten Victim Of Domestic Violence

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The issue of domestic violence is currently front and center in the national media. You’d be hard-pressed to find a more hot-button topic in popular culture. Efforts to draw attention to and stop domestic violence should be applauded. Nationwide, three or more women are murdered every day by a former

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DadsDivorce LIVE: Child Support In Indiana

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The flaws of the modern child-support system have been covered extensively on DadsDivorce.com. Now, many of those shortcomings have come to light in Indiana thanks to a series produced by WRTV-Indianapolis investigative reporter Kara Kenney. Ms. Kenney recently produced a series of stories examining the child-support system in Indiana. Initially, the

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The No-Fault/Fault-Based Divorce Debate

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South Dakota lawmakers are currently reviewing House Bill 1221, which would implement unilateral no-fault divorce in the state. If passed, Mississippi would be the only remaining state in the country without unilateral no-fault divorces. Despite the move over the last 50-plus years toward no-fault divorce, there has been a significant

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