Video: Cordell & Cordell News – February 9, 2016

Dads Divorce sponsor Cordell & Cordell and sister site have teamed up to present a series of monthly recap videos to keep you informed on the latest news and top stories. 

Last month, Cordell & Cordell announced it is hosting two free Men’s Divorce School seminars in February in San Francisco and San Diego.

The seminars, which will provide a crash course in divorce 101, will be held Wednesday, February 10, at the Westin San Francisco Airport while the San Diego seminar will be held on Thursday, February 11, at the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay. Register for either of these events at

Dads Divorce published an article explaining how Arizona’s recent social media campaign that shames so-called deadbeat parents is misguided and unfairly stigmatizes fathers.

By broadly characterizing parents who miss child support payments as deadbeats, the state is ignoring data that shows many parents who miss payments only do so because they are too poor.

Men’s Divorce posted the first article of the 2016 Divorce Survival Guide, a series that will continue throughout the year.

The first article explains the importance of preliminary research and preparation during the divorce process. The survival guide will have new articles added throughout 2016, so keep an eye out for new additions to the series.

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2 comments on “Video: Cordell & Cordell News – February 9, 2016

    Hi, I am a stepparent whom has been involved in my 3 stepchildren a lives for over six years since kids were ages: 5,7&9. We are in bordering states and almost 4 hours away from each other. Over the years as they have matured we have grown quite close. The eldest stepson who is now 16 walked me down the aisle to his Awaiting Father when he was 15. We are not perfect, but we are close and the now 13 year old daughter considers me a reliable adult she trusts and confused in. We all love one another as a mixed family and my biological daughter who is now 9 and from a prior marriage has also bonded with them all as she has known them since she was only 3.

    So, now I’m suddenly in the middle of a complex yet simple situation to rational people, but I’m dealing with unreasonable and irrational biological mother. I have recently been threatened and told to never text the step daughter again by the bio mom. She read our friendly and completely appropriate texts from me and from my daughter.
    My question is, can she legally punish the daughter from texting me in the past? She took daughters phone away and said it was my fault? I’m so confused? Esp when the second to last text to the step daughter told the daughter to respect her Mom and know that her Mom loves her.
    What are my rights of visitation and communication to my step children I’ve known for more than half and almost half of their lives.

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