Legal Advice for Father Custody — 573 results
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, almost 2 years 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
Written by attorney Jordan Gerber, over 1 year ago.
How do I get full custody of my children? is a common battle cry of divorcees either because they are unhappy with the way the other parent conducts themselves (ie late night partying/... more
Written by attorney Anthony Comunale, over 1 year ago.
A parenting plan is a written document prepared by your lawyer, which spells out the rights and responsibility of each parent in the raising of the children after the divorce has ended.... more
Written by attorney Roger Stelk, over 1 year ago.
In Illinois, judges must determine the award or modification ofchild custodyin accordance with the childs best interests. But what does this actually mean? There are many criteria a judge... more
Written by attorney Justin R Key, over 1 year ago.
New Parenting Time Guidelines are now in place for divorced and separated parents in the state of Indiana.The Indiana Guidelines are commonly used by courts and judges in the Hoosier state... more
Written by attorney Mark Allen Reed, about 1 year ago.
Custody and Visitation Dos and Don'ts
One thing divorce does not change is your being a parent. Whether you develop a traditional visitation schedule or a flexible co-parenting plan,... more
Written by attorney Curtis Romanowski, 11 months ago.
Infidelity alone plays no role in the determination of child custody and parenting rights in New Jersey.
Written by attorney Peter Morris, about 1 year ago.
The petition, or motion pursuant to G.S. 7B-1102, shall be verified by the petitioner or movant and shall be entitled "In Re (last name of juvenile), a minor juvenile", who shall be a party... more
Written by attorney Liridona Sinani, over 1 year ago.
The answer is: most likely no. According to Florida Statute 742.14, a donor of any egg, sperm, or embryo does not have any parental rights with respect to the resulting children. The only... more
Written by attorney Rachel Elovitz, over 2 years ago.
This Guide provides answers to the most commonly asked questions about child custody, such as whether there is a presumption in favor of either parent, who decides the issue of custody,... more
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