What To Do If Your Ex Denies You Parenting Time

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It is a sad reality that divorce often causes adults to act like children. The bitterness and animosity generated by a breakup often leads to a total loss of reason and rationality. Even more disappointing is that children are often caught in the middle of many of these arguments. Even


Can You Modify A Morality Clause?

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Question: When my wife and I divorced five years ago, we agreed to a morality clause in our decree prohibiting overnight guests of the opposite sex while the minor children were present. Five years later, only one of my three children is still a minor – my son, who is


More Shared-Parenting Progress On The Horizon

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The shared-parenting movement is continuing to make enormous strides in 2015. In May, Utah passed House Bill 35, which increased the noncustodial parents’ minimum visitation days from 110 to 145. Now, Massachusetts appears to be on the verge of passing a pair of shared-parenting bills that would favor joint custody


Divorce Dilemma: Choose Your Battles Wisely

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By Dad “X” Divorce is inherently combative. Unfortunately having attorneys writing letters back and forth is expensive and should be part of a consideration you show your ex should the question of you being combative comes up in court. With every outrageous breaking of a divorce decree or parenting plan,


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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 it is offering two more free Men’s Divorce School seminars on July


DadsDivorce LIVE: Shared Parenting Breakthrough In Utah

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Across the country, there is a movement to enact shared parenting laws that would help level the custody playing field for divorced parents. The shared parenting movement achieved a significant breakthrough last month when House Bill 35 went into effect. The bill combats the outdated family court tradition of awarding