What does it mean to be a Father’s rights attorney?

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If you are reading this blog then chances are you probably have spent time searching on the internet to find articles related to men’s rights, father’s rights, or protecting the man’s rights in a divorce. Here’s my opinion: It’s a bunch of bunk. That’s right. It’s a marketing ploy to make you think that some […]

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All the extras associated with Divorce

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Clients often don’t realize or fail to consider all of the “extra” expenses associated with divorce. What am I talking about besides attorney’s fees? Here is a list of “extra” expenses you may be incurring with respect to your divorce: Real estate appraisals—often required if one person wants to keep the home. Cost: $400-$1,400 Personal […]

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The problem with having to talk to your lawyer first

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One of my great annoyances is having a client who can’t get anywhere with his or her spouse in terms of settlement because the other party has to talk to his or her lawyer first. You may not know what I’m talking about. Let me explain. It’s the person who can’t make a decision without […]

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Child Sexual Abuse: Part III-It never gets better

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Child Sexual Abuse: Part III-It never gets better Having been involved in a recent divorce case involving child sexual abuse one of the things I learned from the experts is that sex offenders are always at risk to reoffend. It doesn’t matter how much time has passed, who the prior victim was, and what treatment […]

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Child Sexual Abuse: Part II-How do we know

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Child Sexual Abuse: Part II—How do we know I’m still sharing some of the things I learned from trying a recent divorce case involving a convicted child molester. First, if there are allegations of sexual abuse it is extremely important to make sure that a thorough and comprehensive psychosexual evaluation and risk assessment are done. […]

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Child Sexual Abuse: Part I

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            I recently tried a divorce case involving a convicted child molester. Having thought about how that case evolved over time I wanted to share with you some things that I learned. First, according to at least one expert in the field over 90% of child sex abuse incidents go […]

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What is an open adoption?

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When it comes to adopting a child, you must consider what works best for your family. There are several different types of adoptions, and many ways you can define it, but two of the most common adoption variations are open and closed adoptions. In an open adoption, the child’s birth parents still maintain some contact […]

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Watch what you post on the Internet

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Too often clients post entirely too much on the internet about themselves. Not only am I talking about Facebook, Google Plus, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. but I am also referring to whether you have signed up for a dating service such as Match.com or posted a video on YouTube. Here are some other ways that […]

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What your kids want you to know about Divorce

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Taken from the Utah Chapter for the Prevention of Child Abuse here is a short list of things your kids want you to know about divorce: I need both of you to stay involved in my life post divorce. I think you don’t love me if you don’t stay involved. Fighting in front of me […]

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What your kids want you to know about Divorce

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Taken from the Utah Chapter for the Prevention of Child Abuse here is a short list of things your
kids want you to know about divorce

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