John C. Gilmore, Jr. has worked as an attorney in the Pima County Juvenile Court... more
John C. Gilmore, Jr. has worked as an attorney in the Pima County Juvenile Court since 1990, handling delinquency, dependency, severance, mental health and adoption cases. Mr. Gilmore was a founding member of the Pima County Model Court Project and currently serves on the statewide Court Improvement Committee. Mr. Gilmore has served as Juvenile Law faculty for the Juvenile Law Section of the St... view profile
Scope of practice: Dissolution of marriage (divorce) Paternity (unmarried parents)... more
Scope of practice: Dissolution of marriage (divorce) Paternity (unmarried parents) Third party custody and visitation (grandparents, stepparents, foster parents, de facto parents) Modification of custody/visitation Interstate custody Parenting agreements (pre- and post-decree, unmarried parents, LGBT parents) Child sexual abuse International child abduction (Hague Convention on the Civil Aspec... view profile
A child abuse lawyer understands issues related to child abuse and neglect, and child physical or emotional abuse claims can arise in a variety of contexts and motives. Sometimes the young victim tells a relative, who then files a lawsuit; at other times, a government agency such as Child Protective Services may press charges. Because of the victims' tender age, abuse cases frequently are complicated. You may seek a child abuse lawyer whether you have been accused of child abuse, or if you're seeking to file a lawsuit on the victim's behalf.