Archive for the ‘Child visitation’ Category

In What Circumstances Does Supervised Visitation Apply to a Case?

When you’re going through a divorce with children, your children will always be your top priority. Perhaps some of the reason why you are going through the divorce is because you have concerns about your spouse, especially in regards to your children’s safety. There are numerous reasons why this could be called into question but… Continue reading →

Your Holiday Plans and Custody: How to Modify Your Order

Let’s face it, the holiday season is already one of the most stressful times of the year. With December rolling along, the anxiety is always high, which means that you don’t want to have to worry about custody issues on the side. Child custody issues are already a complex matter that require a lot of… Continue reading →

Unmarried Parents: What Happens in the Event of a Custody Battle

What happens when a child is born to an unmarried mother? Does the father have rights? Technically, according to the laws, the father has no legal right to see his child if there is no court order put in place – but a court order can easily be enacted at any time. Unwed fathers are… Continue reading →

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Voluntary Termination of Parental Rights and How it Works

If there is good cause, voluntary termination of parental rights can move forward. However, this means that both parties have to consent to the matter. Every parent has a right to have a relationship with a child, which means on a financial and personal level. You might find that voluntary termination of rights is a… Continue reading →

Parenting Plans and Moving: What Are Your Next Steps?

When you have a child with your ex-spouse, you know that there are certain things that you have to remember about parenting together, what’s permitted, and what isn’t. Everybody sits down and makes their own parenting plan based on what they want to see in their parenting relationship. What if things change and now your… Continue reading →

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When You Believe a Biased Judge is Acting Wrongfully in Your Case

When it comes to divorce cases, there will be a lot of back and forth he-said, she-said. This means that you could run into a biased judge who already thinks they understand the best outcome for your case from the very beginning, which means that you could fear not being listened to. The legal system… Continue reading →

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Infant Children in Divorce: How to Make Certain Determinations

Nobody expects to go through a divorce just after bringing an infant child into the world. However, many people struggle with this reality every year, and it can raise many questions. No parent wants to break the early attachment and bonding, that special time that they have with their children from the very start of… Continue reading →

All You Need to Know About Temporary Child Custody: An FAQ

Temporary child custody is sometimes the best situation depending on the circumstances of your case. When it comes to parenting, you want to ensure that your child’s safety goes above anything and everything and that you are doing what is in the best interest of your child. Today we will take a closer look at… Continue reading →

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Judges or Parents: Who Determines Reasonable Visitation?

When it comes to your child custody issues, one of the major aspects you might be thinking about is the determination of reasonable visitation and how much the other parent is going to see your child. The process of visitation can sometimes be a difficult one, because one parent may want more time with the… Continue reading →

When Shared, 50/50 Custody is Right and When It Isn’t

What does it mean when you have shared custody with your ex-spouse? Shared (also known as joint) custody is when the custody arrangements are split as evenly as possible between each parent. This means that you are typically sharing time with the child in equal measure, or whichever arrangement works for you to get as… Continue reading →

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