My Ex-Wife Keeps Violating The Morality Clause

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Question: Our divorce decree has a morality clause that states that neither party is allowed to have a member of the opposite sex spend the night when our daughter is staying there, but my ex-wife keeps ignoring this and says there is nothing I can do. Is there anything I


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

Divorce Dilemma

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,


Seeking Child Custody As An Unwed Father

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Men often face an uphill battle in family courts because of antiquated gender stereotypes, but that hill is even steeper for unwed fathers seeking custody of their children. Over the last 50 years, the number of children born to unmarried parents has exploded. Since 1960, the share of births to


Frequently Asked Questions About Summer Parenting Time

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School is almost out and summer vacation is just around the corner. While this is an exciting time for you and your children, divorced parents should know a few things about summer parenting time. Many parents don’t realize that regular and holiday visitation is different from summer parenting time. Before