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 13, 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 announced that it is hosting a free Divorce 101 seminar on Wednesday, March

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DadsDivorce LIVE: William Fabricius On Equal Parenting Time

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The importance of shared parenting and equal parenting time has received a lot of media attention recently as more research has revealed the benefits of children of divorce having access to both parents. Arizona State Associate Professor William Fabricius co-authored one of the most influential studies related to shared parenting in

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Why You Need A Divorce Attorney In An Amicable Divorce

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There are plenty of marriages that end with an amicable divorce. A couple deciding they can’t remain married doesn’t mean they naturally hate each other. Many divorced couples remain great friends after calling it quits on their marriage. If you and your wife decide it’s time to divorce but are

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How Parenting Time Factors Into Contempt Cases

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Question: I work 40 hours a week, am a full-time college student and a drilling military reservist. I pay child support but often have to work or have drill on my visitation day. My ex-wife refuses to work with my schedule and is threatening to have me thrown in jail. Is

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