In this week’s news, Cordell & Cordell announced another upcoming Men’s Divorce School event on Sept. 25 in Las Vegas. These free seminars cover topics such as child support, custody, alimony and more, and you can register online if you would like to attend.
Dad’s Divorce published the response to an Ask a Lawyer question about an ex wanting to know all of the details about what the father had planned during his parenting time. While it may be reasonable to provide specifics if he was staying somewhere overnight, it should not be necessary under normal circumstances unless a provision specifically requires it the parenting plan or separation agreement.
Men’s Divorce posted a new Attorney Bites video regarding the decision to stay in the marital home or move out while the divorce is proceeding. While it is typically recommended to stay in the home to protect a father’s parental and financial rights, it may be in your best interests to move out if you fear your spouse will file false charges of abuse.
September 19, 2014 Week in Review Links
- Cordell & Cordell, Men’s Divorce School in Las Vegas
- Dad’s Divorce, Week with the Kids & Ex-Wife Wants to Know All Details
- Men’s Divorce, Attorney Bites: Should I Stay, or Should I Go?
Mat Camp is a former Lexicon Services Online Editor, who focused on providing a comprehensive look into all aspects of the divorce experience. On MensDivorce.com, he concentrated on issues, such as parenting time, custodial rights, mediation, the division of assets, and so much more.
Mr. Camp used the wealth of experience of Cordell & Cordell attorneys to bring tangible answers to reader questions in Ask a Lawyer articles, as well as offer a step by step process through the divorce experience with Cordell & Cordell Co-Founder and Principal Partner Joseph E. Cordell in Divorce 101: A Guide for Men.
Mr. Camp used thorough research to highlight the challenging reality that those who go through divorce or child custody issues face. He helped foster the continued success of the Men’s Divorce Survival Guide, the Men’s Divorce Podcast, and the Men’s Divorce YouTube series “Attorney Bites.”