Legal Advice for Non-Custodial Parent Rights — 470 results
Written by attorney Peter Morris, 10 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
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 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 Margaret Murphy, about 2 years ago.
What is legal custody?When most clients come in they know what kind of physical custody they are looking to enjoy with their children.Many though do not realize that physical custody is not... 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 Joseph Gufford, 12 months ago.
This is an article written by Joe Gufford an attorney in Stuart Florida. The Supreme Court of the United States and the Florida Supreme Court has determined that most grandparent rights... more
Written by attorney Gwen Cryer, almost 2 years ago.
Effective October 1, 2008, concepts of primary residence, secondary residence, and visitation were abolished in Florida law. Currently, parents who are either divorced/divorcing or never... more
Written by attorney Lisa Harris, over 3 years ago.
Orders entered between January 1, 1985 and December 31, 2008: If your divorce action was entered between January 1, 1985 and December 31, 2008, and it specifies who is allowed to claim the... more
Written by attorney Nicole Negron, about 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 attorney David A. Canale, about 2 years ago.
Child custody disputes can bethe most contentious civil actions heard by a court. These cases are also extremely fact sensitive, and they frequently become a "he said/she said" contest... more
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