Legal Advice for Mothers Rights — 409 results
Written by attorney Peter Morris, about 1 year ago.
(a) A petition or motion to terminate the parental rights of either or both parents to his, her, or their minor juvenile may only be filed by one or more of the following:
(1) Either... more
Written by attorney Michelle Perkins, over 1 year ago.
Hiring an attorney is a very important step for those facing or involved in litigation. Selecting the right attorney is like choosing a friend; he or she will be in your corner for whatever... more
Written by attorney Brian Sipe, almost 2 years ago.
Many times, grandparents are left wondering whether they have any custody rights under Pennsylvania law. For Pennsylvania grandparents, there's good news. Grandparents have priority over... more
Written by attorney Liridona Sinani, about 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 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 Katherine Flood, about 1 year ago.
Changes to the Indiana Parenting TimeGuidelines
Posted onJuly 23, 2013
The Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines anyone whos been divorced, whos in the middle of a divorce or separation, or... more
Written by attorney Andrew Ben Boyer, about 1 year ago.
Dealing with a child after a divorce can be a difficult endeavor under any circumstances, but parenting can become even more problematic when it comes time to introduce a new adult into his... more
Written by attorney Richard Kuhn, almost 2 years ago.
Issues surrounding the care of children who's parents have parted ways can be daunting, emotionally, and factually complex. In the State of Rhode Island, where travel to and... 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 Yolanda Trotman, over 1 year ago.
Some of the most emotional work I do as a family law attorney involves child custody cases. Every case has a unique dynamic that ebbs and flows, and evolves over time. For many people,... more
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