DadsDivorce Live: Keeping The Kids Close

Imagine receiving the message that your ex has taken a job or met someone far away, and that she will be taking your children with her.

What can you do? Don’t you have a right to meaningful, continuing contact with your children without having to uproot your entire life? What is the proper way to ensure that you will have the access guaranteed to you?

This edition of DadsDivorce Live features Cordell & Cordell, PC attorneys Richard Coffee and Dan Cuneo discussing the best ways to deal with the issue of relocation when it affects you and your children.

 

Dan Cuneo is a Senior Attorney in the St. Louis office of Cordell & Cordell, P.C. He is a member of the Missouri Bar Association and the Bar Association of Missouri St. Louis. He is licensed in the state of Missouri.

 

 

 

 

Richard Coffee is a Senior Attorney in the Belleville Illinois office of Cordell & Cordell.

Mr. Coffee is an experienced divorce attorney whose practice is devoted to domestic litigation. He is licensed in the State of Illinois and is admitted to practice law in the U.S. District Courts for Northern, Central and Southern Illinois.
Mr. Coffee has extensive domestic litigation trial experience representing clients in courts throughout Illinois on all aspects of domestic litigation, including the representation of clients who are current or retired military personnel with issues under the Soldiers and Sailors Civil Relief Act and the Uniformed Services Former Spouses’ Protection Act, clients involved in state court jurisdictional disputes due to the relocation of one or both parties from or to Illinois, and clients with government or private pension benefit valuation and division issues.  Read more…

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3 comments on “DadsDivorce Live: Keeping The Kids Close

    Seems like you may be Moving soon?
    In this day and age it seems that more and more people are choosing to get divorced. The divorce rate today compared to that of the 1950s is constantly increasing. I think it is because people just give up too easily on their marriage where as back in the 1950s people did what ever it took to keep a family together. Being a father that is just going through a divorce will find that one of the first steps to moving on is to find a new house to live in. When it comes time to move, with all the stress of the family breaking up, it may be smart to look into hiring a credible company to assist with the move. Make sure you research the company before hiring them. Believe me when I say that it will be worth it to get some help packing and moving all of your belongings. It will be one less thing stressing you out during these difficult times.

    My situation is this, My wife and I purchased a home in Indiana due to company promotion and relocation. After 1 month my wife asked if the kids could go back to her parents for Thanksgiving in 2007. I agreed and we were to travel to pick them up on the Saturday after. On the plane ride back my wife informed me that she and the kids are not coming back. We have battled back and forth. I have now had my full, I want to see the kids but I know we need to divorce, it is going to be complicated. Any ideas?

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