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The other day, a friend of ours vented about his ex-wife trying to sabotage his summer vacation with the kids by calling them, telling them their father was going to take them away and not bring them back, cryptically urging … Continue reading
What would you think if a court docket for a divorce proceeding has 179 entries to date? Or if I told you that of these 179 entries on the court docket, 138 (77%) are items filed by the ex-wife? Or … Continue reading
I am often struck (and not impressed) by the language used to refer to the children caught in the cross-fire of a divorce and custody battle (and frequently, “battle” is unfortunately the best word for it). I cringe at phrases … Continue reading
Cleaning out my file box this past weekend, I came across the extensive documentation of my divorce so long ago: two sheets of paper. Yep, that’s it. A single court record, stapled in the corner, declaring us officially divorced, and … Continue reading
Amid the raging three-ring circus of celebrity divorces and custody battles is Sandra Bullock and her husband, Jesse James. For many reasons, this one has caught my eye. One, Sandra Bullock is among my favorite actresses. Two, the case has … Continue reading
Something more than a little odd happens almost every time we drop the kids off after their weekend with us. Before the tires of our car even hit the other household’s driveway, the bribes are being wheeled into the driveway, … Continue reading
There’s not much (if anything) about family court that impresses me, particularly the way kids are routinely and mindlessly overlooked and volleyed about like meaningless tools or weapons. Because of my already dismally low opinion, I am not surprised by … Continue reading