What rights does a non-custodial parent have? If you are the custodial parent of a child, you know that you have to make many important decisions for that child and care for them on a full-time schedule. You might wonder what role the other parent in your parenting relationship fulfills, and what it means for… Continue reading →
Archive for the ‘Visitation Rights’ Category
I Am a Custodial Parent, What Are My Responsibilities?
If you are the custodial parent of your child, you have a very important job – in fact, you might find that there are several. If you are the custodial parent, this means that the courts have given you primary legal or physical custody of your child. Of course, every relationship is different when you… 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 →
When One Parent Isn’t Abiding by the Order for Visitation Time
It’s everyone’s worst fear: They miss out on time with their child. Sometimes, depending on the circumstances of your case, you may be denied time with your child by the court itself, especially in places where abuse or abandonment have taken place. If the courts believe that you or another parent have acted unsafely and… Continue reading →
Elements You May Not Have Known Regarding Relocation
When you get married, you may expect a happy life together for all time, never having to worry about your loved ones being in separate places. However, sometimes marriage doesn’t work out how we expect and a divorce could lead to the emergence of relocation issues. There are some things you may expect and things… Continue reading →
Dealing with Custody When One Parent is Long Distance
Sometimes, when one parent lives far away from the other parent, custody considerations get much more difficult. As a result a long distance custody agreement must be decided upon, which is not always an easy thing to do. However, you may have to return to court to have your order modified if you had a… Continue reading →
Helping You Become Prepared for Your First Custody Hearing
Of course, one of the best ways that you can become prepared for your custody hearing is to hire an experienced attorney that can help you in the midst of your divorce issues. Despite the fact that you should always work with an attorney if there are complicated matters in your case, but that does… Continue reading →
How Relocation Laws Are Decided in Terms of Child Custody
When you have a child custody order in place with the other parent, a relocation can put a damper on things. Either from you or your spouse, this makes visitation much more difficult for your child, who will now be separated from the other parent for a certain amount of time. In many cases, one… Continue reading →
When a Parent is Being Inconsistent with Their Visitation
Even with court orders in place, you can’t always force a parent to show up. For many families across the country, it is a reality that some parents do not want to maintain consistent contact with their children when a relationship ends between two parents. Some parents actually choose to not engage in visitation entirely!… Continue reading →
Can You Call the Police Over Custody Order Violations?
When custody and visitation orders are put in place, they are meant to be followed. This is why, if you have an order in place, you may wonder what to do if your husband or wife violates it. Many people think that you must instantly contact the police, but this is not always the case…. Continue reading →