After a divorce, many parents are able to work together to co-parent their kids. But even then problems arise, which make parenting plans so vital.
For single parents, it can be frustrating when your teenager wants to live with the non-custodial parent. Accurate advice for parents is critical.
The length of a marriage has a lot to do with how a divorce plays out. Part of this is practical. In shorter marriages, there’s usually not as much shared property. On the other hand, the longer the marriage, the more intertwined two lives become. Thus it becomes more difficult …
As written, divorce and custody laws are gender neutral. Still, can a stay at home dad get full custody of his kids? What are his chances?
A Guardian ad Litem is an adult appointed by the court to represent the best interest of an individual (usually children) for a specific period of time.
The effects of divorce on children is often the first consideration of parents considering divorce. Here we explore “how does divorce impact children?”
There are bound to be clashes as the custodial parent enforces the rules while the other gets to be the “fun parent.”
Is there an age in California where a child can legally choose to opt-out of visitation and go against the schedule laid out in a parenting plan?
Recreational marijuana has been legal in California for a year and a half, how does this newfound status impact child custody disputes?
“My sister left her husband and she does not want him to see the kids because he is involved with the law right now and he is unstable.”
Physical Custody vs. Legal Custody. These two terms are not transposable; rather they describe two different aspects of child custody.
When it comes to child custody decisions, the courts generally put the best interests of the child above other concerns. Part of this most often involves keeping the parents a major part of their lives. But what about situations where the parents can’t or won’t “parent?” Can grandparents step in …
Should you hire an attorney before you head to court? You probably should. Here’s why it’s usually a massive benefit to your case.
Courts consider many factors when ruling on child custody, including criminal records. It’s important to know how a felony conviction may impact your case.
“I haven’t seen my daughter in three years. Her mother has given her to her sister in Arizona and they will not let me talk to her or let me see her.”