Legal Advice for Father Custody — 569 results
Written by attorney Jessica M Cotter, about 2 years ago.
The Court looks at several factors when determining Sole or JointCustody. They are as follows:1. Whether or not the parents can agree on jointcustody2. If there is no agreement, why. Is... more
Written by attorney Nicole Negron, over 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 Avvo Staff, over 2 years ago.
The Court considers a variety of factors in making its determination, but each factorseeks to determine the best interest of the child. The Court may give weightedconsideration to factors... more
Written by attorney Lisa Ruggieri, 9 months ago.
Most people in Massachusetts associate the average 18-year-old more with a teenager than an adult. The assumption that they live a carefree life with few responsibilities is likely widely... more
Written by attorney Jay D. Raxenberg, about 2 years ago.
Child custody issues can prove to be complex and difficult to navigate. If you and your spouse are considering obtaining a divorce or are already divorced and are experiencing conflict... more
Written by attorney Kedra M. Gotel, about 1 year 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 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 Alexandra White, over 1 year ago.
Alcoholism and drug abuse issues are very prevalent in child custody disputes and in our society. Knowledge of the type of testing avaiable, the type of testing that is appropriate and for... more
Written by attorney Mary Brown, almost 3 years ago.
Child support itself is not tax deductible to the non-custodial parent who pays it, and it is not taxable to the custodial parent who receives it. Nevertheless, the non-custodial parent... more
Written by attorney John F Cannon, 10 months ago.
MORE THAN 2 PARENTS??
A legislative bill signed by Governor Brown last week authorizes a Court to find that a child could have more than two parents.
The new law, SB274, signed by... more
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