Blog Posts in November, 2017

What to Expect at the Courtroom

Courtroom appearances can be nerve-wracking, especially when a divorce or child custody litigation is at stake. It can be helpful to know what to expect when you arrive. Talk to your attorney about ...
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Served with a Temporary Restraining Order? Here's What to Do

Whether or not a temporary restraining order has been based on false allegations, you must obey it to the letter. You’ll have the chance to contest it later. In the meantime, violating any ...
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A Divorced Dad's Guide to Strong Parent-Child Relationships

Your marriage or domestic partnership may be over, but you’ll always be your child’s father. Your top priorities should be ensuring the health and welfare of your child, and building a ...
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Can My Ex Deny Visitation Because My Child Falls Ill?

Court orders are expected to be followed, but it’s important for both parents to remain flexible. Under the letter of the law, your ex does not have the legal right to violate a court-ordered ...
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