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October 2015 Archives

Prenup challenged in Cuoco-Sweeting divorce

Many Pennsylvania readers are familiar with the hit television show "The Big Bang Theory." One of the stars of that show, Kaley Cuoco, was recently named one of the highest-paid actresses on television. She has also made recent headlines because of her personal life. The actress is in the midst of a divorce, and her husband appears to be challenging the couple's prenuptial agreement.

Seminar helps men with child support and other parenting issues

Many fathers who no longer live with their children because of divorce want to do all they can to provide for the ones they love. Some may fall behind on their child support payments because of hard times, but they do their best to make up for it when they can. Pennsylvania fathers in this predicament may be interested to learn of a tool another state uses to help men, not only as they try to provide beneficial child support but also to be the most effective fathers for their children.

Grandmother flees with boys in grandparents' rights case

A current grandparents' rights case may be of interest to Pennsylvania grandparents who are fighting for custody of grandchildren. The grandmother, from another state, is wanted by police for custodial interference and has fled with her two grandsons to a tribal reservation, the tribe of which the boys are members. Her quest for grandparents' rights has her caught between the ruling of the state court and that of the tribal court.

Bartender claimes he was hacked by ex-wife in child support case

Divorced parents in Pennsylvania know that child support arrangements between ex-spouses can be acceptable to both parties and problems throughout the duration of the agreements may be few. However others can be full of contention, as seen in a report of a bartender and his ex-wife. He claims she hacked into some of his online accounts to get information that she could use to have the courts increase the child support amount he is currently paying.

Fathers' rights case brings hope to unwed fathers nationwide

Pennsylvania fathers seeking custody of their children may want to take note of a recent case. A father in another state used a law little known by many men who are fighting for their fathers' rights. Some states have a father registry, on which a biological father who is not married to his child's mother before or at the time of the birth of their child can register in order to assert his fathers' rights. In this case, the fortunate father had registered before his baby was born after his sister researched his options.

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