Legal Advice for Non-Parental Custody — 56 results
Written by attorney Jessica M Cotter, over 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 Bruce Clement, about 3 years ago.
I have previously written AVVO Legal Guides on child abuse in dependency cases filed by Washington State Child Protection Services. This current Legal Guide addresses how child abuse and... more
Written by attorney Mary Brown, about 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 Peter Morris, about 1 year ago.
The petition, or motion pursuant to G.S. 7B-1102, shall be verified by the petitioner or movant and shall be entitled "In Re (last name of juvenile), a minor juvenile", who shall be a party... more
Written by attorney Jeff Biddle, about 2 years ago.
Modification of custody is one of the most difficult modifications to request in Arizona and it typically includes a modification of parenting time and child support, here is the... more
Written by attorney Steven Burkhalter, over 1 year ago.
What is a parenting plan?
In all divorces involving children, the Court will adopt a parenting plan the Court determines to be in the childrens best interests. A parenting plan is a court... more
Written by attorney Scott Maccabe, about 2 years ago.
With child custody, the goal [best interests under Family Code 3011 an elusive guideline that belies rigid definition Adoption of Matthew B. (1991) 232, Cal.App.3d 1239, 1263] under... more
Written by attorney Rebecca Szewczuk, over 2 years ago.
The Child Support Standards Act (CSSA) applies to cases of shared custody, such that the court cannot bypass the three-step statutory formula set forth in the CSSA.In those shared custody... more
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