Legal Advice for Custodial Parent Rights — 833 results
Written by attorney Jeff Biddle, almost 2 years ago.
Building a Case for More Parenting Time
While a child custody modification proceeding may seem daunting, there are steps you can take now to build a case for more parenting time with your... more
Written by attorney Carolyn Elsey, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Why supervised visits? A court has the authority to order supervised visitation either temporarily or permanently. The most common grounds are because the parent has (or allegedly has) a... more
Written by attorney David A. Canale, about 2 years ago.
Child custody disputes can bethe most contentious civil actions heard by a court. These cases are also extremely fact sensitive, and they frequently become a "he said/she said" contest... more
Written by attorney Lloyd T. Kelso, almost 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
(1) Abuse or Neglect The parent has abused or neglected the child. The child shall be deemed to be abused or neglected if the court finds the child to be an abused child within the meaning... more
Written by attorney Joseph Gufford, 9 months ago.
In the 2008 legislative session, Florida made sweeping changes in its law regarding how, what was commonly referred to in the public as "custody" or "primary residence" is determined. The... more
Written by attorney Nicole Negron, about 2 years ago.
When you are going through a divorce, your spouse is usually the last person that you want to be cooperative with. However, being able to effectively co-parent with your spouse is the most... more
Written by attorney Jacquelyn Tomlinson, about 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
Adoptions can be a very rewarding area of law to practice. There are a few things that someone who is looking into an adoption proceedingneeds to know. First off, the Probate Courts of... more
Written by attorney Lisa Harris, over 3 years ago.
Orders entered between January 1, 1985 and December 31, 2008: If your divorce action was entered between January 1, 1985 and December 31, 2008, and it specifies who is allowed to claim the... more
Written by attorney Kedra M. Gotel, 12 months ago.
The Uniform Deployed Parents Custody and Visitation Act (UDPCVA) will operate as a uniform federal law across the United States to ensure custody cases, involving two or more states... more
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, over 1 year ago.
Within the past decade or two, there have been dramatic changes to what was once a very traditional relationship between grandparents and their grandchild(ren). The ever increasing divorce... more
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