DadsDivorce LIVE: Children’s Books About Divorce

children's books about divorce

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

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How To Decide If Divorce Is The Answer

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Question: I am trying to decide if divorce is the right answer for me. My wife and I no longer communicate and we have no feelings for each other. My 9-year-old son is also starting to feel the emotional ramifications. Should I get a divorce?

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The Nuclear Weapon Of Divorce: Orders Of Protection

orders of protection

Last week, Cordell & Cordell principal partner Joe Cordell fielded questions from callers on the Charlie Brennan Show on KMOX NewsRadio in St. Louis. One of the questions concerned orders of protection. A caller described how when he started the divorce process his attorney warned him that his wife could

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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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Vacating Adoption In Cases Of Abuse

international child abduction

Question: My children are adopted by my soon-to-be ex-wife and are afraid of her. She rarely has anything to do with them since she abandoned us last year and has been verbally and mentally abusive to all of us. Since she is not the biological mother, can we vacate the

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Protecting Yourself From False Abuse Claims

divorce lawyer Daniel Exner

Question: My estranged wife is falsely alleging that I abused her. She wants to include the “abuse” in the divorce documents, but I have never hit her and there are no hospital or police records that would prove I’ve abused her. What can I do to protect myself?

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