Legal Advice for Physical Custody — 103 results
Written by attorney June Ann Anteski, over 1 year ago.
The song was right, breaking up is hard to do. But, if you have children, it becomes even harder. Here is some advice to help you ease on down the road to divorce and helpful tips to... more
Written by attorney Charles Hofheimer, about 2 years ago.
Emergency child custody may be necessary in some extreme situations. If you're seeking this type of Virginia child custody, you should be aware of the specific rules that apply.
In a... more
Written by attorney Brad Micklin, 11 months ago.
The Fight for Fathers How to Obtain Sole Custody in New Jersey
Going through a divorce can be emotionally draining on both parents involved, but divorce can be even more traumatic on... more
Written by attorney Cindy Pieret, over 1 year ago.
Whether you are the parent attempting to move with your child(ren) or you are the parent trying to prevent the move, there are requirements that must be met on both sides under the new PA... more
Written by attorney Brad Micklin, about 1 year ago.
Essential Tips for Seeking Sole Custody
At our New Jersey family law firm, our NJ child custody attorneys frequently receive inquiries from prospective clients about seeking sole custody of... more
Written by attorney Allen A. Glass, over 1 year ago.
On June 26, 2011, the Seattle Times ran a front-page article detailing the simultaneous personal tragedy of the late forensic psychologist Dr. Stuart Greenberg and the systematic failure of... more
Written by attorney Jordan Gerber, over 1 year ago.
As you are well aware from reading the prior posts on this site, the term child custody is now obsolete. Regardless of semantics, when facing adivorcewith children in common, who will end... more
Written by attorney Bruce Clement, about 3 years ago.
Bruce Clement's other AVVO Legal Guide on relocation ("Relocation With the Children") gave an overview of the Relocation Act (RCW 26.09.405 et seq.) The court is required in all relocation... more
Written by attorney Eric Nelson, over 3 years ago.
A Court may not
change physical custody from one parent to the other unless the change
is in the best interests of the child. Furthermore, even if
the change of custody is in the... more
Written by attorney David Jacks, over 1 year ago.
You may ask yourself, “How can I get a lawyer on minimum wage?” There are a number of ways to get through the family court process on a shoestring budget. Hopefully, this will help.
Find Child Custody Lawyers