Effective parenting plans aren't easy to craft under normal circumstances and can be even more complicated when one parent is forced to move away.
Cordell & Cordell family law attorney Megan Trefry explains why unmarried fathers need to be proactive when establishing paternity.
Parental alienation – the systematic removal of one parent from a child's life – poses a serious threat to the child's mental and physical well-being.
My wife and I are green card holders and I am worried that if she finds out I want a divorce she will take our children and leave the country.
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