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Representing parents in Nevada child custody disagreements

Just because a divorce is complete, that does not mean that court orders relating to child custody will stand forever. Circumstances may change relating to either parent that could warrant the court’s reconsideration of a child custody decision.

Always, when considering child custody matters, Nevada family courts will strive to make decisions that support the best interests of the child or children involved. If a parent’s situation changes for the worse, for example, like a parent falls into serious addiction problems or is convicted of domestic violence, courts may decide that the children are best served to not have further contact with the parent.

The court may strip the parent of custody rights. Alternatively, the court may order the children to have only supervised contact with the parent concerned.

A child custody order could also change if a parent denies the other parent contact with his or her child in violation of a court order. After repeated violation of a child custody order or parenting plan, a parent could lose his or her parental rights altogether.

At the Kainen Law Group, we recognize that children are the most valuable assets any parent has in this world, and that value goes so deep that there is usually nothing a parent won’t do for their children. Whenever we represent a parent in a child custody disagreement, we work to preserve our client’s legal rights to the fullest extent of the law, and we are not afraid to assert those rights in court in order to protect both our client and his or her children.

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