When my ex and I divorced, I did not fight for custody of our children. I did not fight to keep the home that we had been living in for nearly a dozen years. I did not fight alimony payments. I was able to afford to give her the home as well as child support and alimony, so I didn’t have a problem with that. I didn’t have a problem with our three kids living with her either, because I believed they should be with her. I ended up hiring an attorney that I had found from http://www.williedasherlaw.net/lawyer.html when she told me she was going to move about 500 miles away.

The reason I did not give her any fight over custody before was because she is a stay at home mom while I work long hours. It just made sense for them to be with her, and I was able to see them several nights a week plus most weekends. I had no problem with that, because I wanted our children to be healthy and happy. When she told me she was taking them away though, I had to put my foot down.

I missed them if I had to go more than two days in a row without seeing them, so I knew that I would not be able to stand having them so far away from me where I would only see them maybe once every month or so. I wanted to find a good attorney to help me either stop her from moving or to fight for me to have custody of them. The attorney that I found was able to make it so I did not lose my children, and I am forever thankful for that. A lot of changes had to be made, but I get to see my kids every day now. Any change is worth that!

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