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Custody Of Children Born To Unmarried Parents

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More and more U.S. residents are making the choice in recent years not to marry. However, this does not mean that they have chosen not to have children. Correspondingly, many more children are being born to unmarried persons. This opens up multiple questions regarding paternity, custody, support and the like. It is extremely important… Read More »

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Child Relocation vs. Child Abduction

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Relocating with your children is, in theory, a fairly simple process. However, if you have been through a divorce, it is not so easy. Simply picking up and moving with your children can get you in serious criminal trouble if you have not followed the proper procedures with both your ex-spouse and the court…. Read More »

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Could Your Social Media Hurt Your Nevada Divorce?

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Most people use at least one social media outlet in this day and age, with Facebook being perhaps the most common. However, what many do not often realize is that even if your posts are private, they may still put be issues when it comes to divorce and everything that goes with it. In… Read More »

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Relocation, The Law, and Your Child

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Today’s economy means that more and more people are having to consider moving for the sake of a new job. However, if this happens to you or your ex-spouse after a divorce, it may create issues with visitation (and even child custody, in some cases). It is critical to understand the law in this… Read More »

Can a father have full custody?

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If you are a divorcing father in Nevada, one of your main concerns is likely whether or not you will be given the right to full custody of your children. In the past, custody preferences most often went to the mother, but as attitudes have changed, so has the outlook of the entire legal… Read More »

Planning For Summer Vacation As Divorced Parents

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Now that spring break is nearly over, divorced parents are likely turning their attention to summer vacation. If you haven’t already made plans, now is the time to do so. Experienced family law attorneys will likely advise you to make a detailed a parenting plan that includes how the two of you are going… Read More »

When Will a Judge Award Primary Physical Custody?

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Sometimes parents can’t come to agreement on who will receive primary custody of the children. If you’re in a battle over custody like this, and you want to make sure you retain your custodial rights, you may want to review what the law says about the matter. This article will review the usual circumstances… Read More »

Alleged Child Neglect Could Cause a Mother to Lose Custody

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Nevada parents who are convicted of child neglect could lose their parental rights to their children. In fact, if police suspect that a child is being neglected, it’s not uncommon for them to take the child into custody and deliver him or her to the Nevada Division of Child and Family Services. Once this… Read More »

How to relocate after divorce

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When the economy turns or your employer transfers your position, it can often be necessary to relocate. Whether the move is positive or negative, there will always be responsibilities that must be taken care of before you leave. For many people, making necessary custody changes will be at the top of the list, but… Read More »

Your Child’s Best Interests Are the Focal Point of Custody Cases

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Child custody is something that parents don’t truly want to have to battle over. Each parent wants what they think is best for the child, but when those ideas don’t mesh together, the need for a battle becomes evident. As you go through child custody issues, we are here to help you think beyond… Read More »

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