With Joint Custody, Can a Parent Take a Child Out of State Without Permission?

Posted on Mon, Oct 29, 2012

As a father, you obviously want the best for your children. Sometimes, this means relocating with the child, if the move would result in a better environment and better education. On the other hand, you may need to protect your children by preventing your spouse from relocating far away and making it difficult for you to visit your kids. If you and your spouse share joint custody of your children, it can be hard to determine exactly what right either spouse has to move a child without permission.
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Can You Challenge a Divorce Decree Years After Divorce?

Posted on Mon, Oct 22, 2012

Family Law is certainly not an exact science. Divorce decrees can sometimes unfairly favor one spouse over the other. In many cases, the male spouse tends to face an unfair bias. If your divorce took place years ago, but you feel that you are paying more in alimony payments than you should be, or still feel that any aspect of your divorce decree is unfair, you might ask, is there anything you can do about it now?
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