The problem began the night his wife didn't come home. He had left his construction job, then fed their kids. He put them to bed, watched TV and tried to sleep. Often his wife worked past midnight at an Arlington restaurant, but it was 4 a.m. and she was still gone. Another few hours passed. Finally, she called. She'd been out with friends.... More >>>
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Family law attorney Kathy Ehman-Clardy says she wasn't surprised when Judge Hanschen ordered paternity testing for her client since he'd done it in a case she worked on before.