Legal Advice for Mothers Rights — 408 results
Written by attorney Jeff Biddle, almost 2 years ago. STAFF PICK
If you are in the midst of a custody battle or preparing for one, you may hear a lot of advice from friends, co-workers and professionals about what to do to prepare. It is equally... more
Written by attorney Cathleen Norton, almost 2 years ago. STAFF PICK
Parenting Plans - Creating Custodial Time For Both Parents
A parenting plan is a written agreement aboutchild custody and visitation. It sets forth the custodial rights of both parents and... more
Written by attorney Mark S Britton, almost 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
Ah, the work/life balance. For many women, this should be called the "work/mommy" balance, because after working all day and being a mommy all night, there is little else to balance.... more
Written by attorney Anneshia Grant, 9 months ago. STAFF PICK
In many divorces, the most contentious disputes arise overchild custodyand child visitation. These issues are often close to the heart and fights can erupt that no amount of counseling,... more
Written by attorney Joseph Gufford, 10 months ago.
Firstly, the purpose of this blog post is not to say that I have any favoritism towards Fathers over Mothers when it comes to whom I represent. I represent both fathers and mothers with... 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
Written by attorney Todd Cole, over 1 year ago.
You are a never-married mom. What are your custodial rights to your child? Can Dad demand visitation? Are you eligible for child support?
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, over 1 year ago.
Below are a few things you can start to do now to preserve your right to parent your children:
File first. It gives you an immediate advantage, as its the first word with the judge and can... more
Written by attorney Jordan Gerber, over 1 year ago.
When it comes to timesharing, formerly referred to as visitation, family members (furry or not) are out of luck. Just as Florida family courts refuse to recognize custody arrangements for... more
Written by attorney Peter Morris, 11 months ago.
(a) A juvenile whose parent's rights have been terminated pursuant to this Article, the guardian ad litem attorney, or a county department of social services with custody of the juvenile... more
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