Monthly Archives: February 2013

Building The Bridge

Having represented fathers since 1984 as a father’s rights lawyer I have been touched by the lives and struggles of perhaps five thousand fathers who have sought our legal advice. Each life that has touched our site for advice has … Continue reading

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Old Fashion Fairness

Just last week our client requested that we stare down mother’s attorney’s demand for a contribution to his fees as a condition for instituting a new parenting plan for dad’s preschool age child with disabilities. After pinning mother down to … Continue reading

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Dads’ Tips: Navigating the “Terrible” Toddler Years

The toddler years begin around age one, or as soon as a baby is fully mobile and walking on his own, and they last until about age three, around the time the child is eligible for preschool enrollment. Between the … Continue reading

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Tips for Introducing a New Girlfriend to Your Kids

Introducing a new significant other to your kids is one of the hardest things a single parent has to do. It’s no easy task to ask your kids to accept a complete stranger into their lives, but there are some … Continue reading

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