Child Custody and Visitation

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Change of Circumstances in Child Custody
What do you need to show to change a custody order? ... READ MORE

Creating a Parenting Plan that Works
You can write a parenting plan that protects your children, facilitates communication with your ex, and helps settle your disputes. ... READ MORE

Termination of Parental Rights
When and how will courts terminate parental rights? ... READ MORE

Move Away Cases and Child Custody
Learn more about how complex move-away cases can impact your family. ... READ MORE

Nesting and Child Custody: Is it Right for Us?
Divorce can cause an overwhelming amount of fear and instability for children, especially when it comes to custody. Learn more about nesting and whether it can help increase stability for your children when they need it most. ... READ MORE

How do Siblings Affect Custody Decisions?
How important are sibling relationships when courts decide custody? ... READ MORE

Child Custody Overview: Sole Custody
Family law courts usually encourage shared custody, so children can have continuing contact with both parents, but sometimes sole custody is in a child's best interest. ... READ MORE

What Is a Parenting Plan?
Divorcing parents should learn all about parenting plans and how to prepare them. ... READ MORE

How do Judges Decide Child Custody in North Dakota
When parents can't agree on custody arrangement, they will have to head to court. Read more to understand what factors judges consider when they decide custody and visitation in North Dakota. ... READ MORE

How do Judges Decide Child Custody in North Carolina
Learn more about how a judge decides legal custody, physical custody, and parenting time in North Carolina. ... READ MORE

 

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No one can really answer from this small amount of information. However, if you are receiving treatment, are on medications and have your condition under control then there should be no reason for him ...Read more

There are no regulations regarding visitation. Obviously a six month old is not going to be able to fly alone to see you in Arizona. Therefore, it is likely that you will have to prepare to see her pr ...Read more

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What must I do to relocate with my children with no custody order in place?

Q: I plan to relocate 35 miles away from my current residence in about a year to move in with my fiancé and his children. I have 3 children from a previous marriage. We never had a custody order. ... Read more

NJ Supreme Court decision makes it harder to move with child out of state

The New Jersey Supreme Court called Bisbing v. Bisbing, decided only on August 8, 2017, has provided a major shift in balancing the interests of custodial and non-custodial parents when a custodial pa ... Read more

Can We Share An Attorney When Divorcing?

Do you know why divorces are so expensive? Because they’re worth it. All joking aside, getting divorced can be expensive, especially if both parties hire attorneys. The high cost of divorce has ... Read more

Child Custody: Military Style

An active-duty military serviceman recently approached us with an inquiry regarding his wish to gain custody of his two sons, as the other siblings are over 18 years old and living independently. ... Read more

Man Sentenced For Taking Daughter To Florida Without Custody

When a custody arrangement is in place, it’s not legal to take your child away from the other parent without permission in most cases. You cannot flee the country or move without addressing cust ... Read more

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