Legal Advice for Physical Custody — 103 results
Written by attorney Cathy Ann Wagner, almost 5 years ago.
Legal Custody Sole legal custody means one parent has the right to determine the child’s or children’s upbringing, including education, health care, and religious training. Joint legal... more
Written by attorney Stann Givens, over 4 years ago.
A Florida child custody determination deals with the details of who is physically and legally responsible for the child and what timesharing rights other parties may have.
If a... more
Written by attorney Henry Gornbein, almost 4 years ago.
Choosing an attorney
Role of the attorney
Filing for divorce
Ex-parte or temporary orders
Children and who will have custody
Parenting time... more
Written by attorney Andrew Ben Boyer, 5 months ago.
Abuse doesn't just occur in the form of a shove, a slap, a punch or sexual assault. It can occur in many forms and not all of them are physical. Forms of abuse . Emotional and mental abuse... more
Written by attorney Tina Tran, 6 months ago.
Whether you are the victim of domestic abuse or face false allegations of domestic violence, it is important to contact an experienced domestic violence attorney who can provide the sound... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Blandon, over 1 year ago.
The laws of this country protect abused children, regardless of their immigration status.
Written by attorney Curtis Romanowski, about 2 years ago.
Popular misconceptions aside, which insist that 95% of domestic violence is committed by men, most experienced responding police officers know that women are just as likely to start... more
Written by attorney Gregg R Woodnick, over 2 years ago.
Ifrequently get calls from parents who have come home to find a CPS note on their door. It is usually a business card from a CPS investigator requesting that the parent contact them... more
Written by attorney Bruce Clement, about 3 years ago.
If you are under investigation for child abuse or neglect, it is often possible to take a pro-active approach to prevent your child's removal from the home, or to get your child back if... more
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, almost 2 years ago.
In joint physical custody arrangements, children generally will live with one parent and be granted substantial visitation time with the other parent. This means that both parents will be... more
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