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 eight of the firm’s attorneys – seven in Texas and one in New Jersey – were named Rising Stars by Super Lawyers,a rating service recognizing outstanding lawyers.
No more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in each state receive this distinction each year.
Dads Divorce published a new article answering six frequently asked questions by divorced parents about parenting time over spring break.
Although the specifics differ case to case, the majority of questions regarding spring break parenting time and custody issues can be answered by reviewing the language of the parenting plan or divorce decree.
Men’s Divorce posted a new article explaining what it means to be in contempt of court and what the possible consequences of contempt are.
In divorce, contempt can result in both civil and criminal penalties, but it is intended to coerce the opposing party into compliance with the court order and is not usually used punitively.
You should file a motion of contempt if your former spouse is breaking an order and not willing to comply.
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Cordell & Cordell, 7 Cordell & Cordell Texas Attorneys Named Rising Stars
Dads Divorce, 6 Questions Parents Ask About Spring Break Parenting Time
Men’s Divorce, Contempt Actions: Enforcing Court Orders