The first question a court will ask during a custody dispute is, “Has a custodial environment been established?” Depending on whether one has been established or not, the court will apply one of two... more
With all the emphasis in the news these days on divorcewho hasnt heard about Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes impending divorce?--people who choose not to marry or are not yet married or not able to marry... more
Custody battles are some of the most important cases that a lawyer can handle in New Jersey. That's why we call them battles. There are two different types of custody applications: complaints and... more
The information in this guide comes in part fromGeorgia Divorce, Alimony Child Custodyby Dan McConaughey (2011-2012 ed., copyright by Thomson-Reuters), supplemented by the Official Code of Georgia.... more
A child custody case is often among the most divisive and personally visceral case one can litigate, from both the attorneys and partys point of view.
A custody order can go a long way to helping... more