Tag Archives: Child Custody
Does Having A Disability Mean Losing Custody?
The popular perception of disabled people is that they can handle very little in terms of responsibilities. This is absolutely a misconception. Generally, disabled people can do anything that an able-bodied person can. This is often especially true for veterans, who may face neglect and discrimination due to a physical disability. Many disabled people… Read More »
Custody Of Children Born To Unmarried Parents
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 »
Can a father have full custody?
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 »
How to relocate after divorce
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 »
Divorce tips: help your kids cope
The internet is a vast land for tips for everything from how to fix your broken vacuum cleaner to what to do on Friday night. We often search for information that is pertinent to our current situation. It’s no wonder that parents who are going through divorce oftentimes spend hours online reading about tips… Read More »
What happens if a child is born out of wedlock?
While people in Nevada may have certain expectations about custody during divorce, you may wonder if any of these apply to your and the child’s other parent if you have never married. If your child was born out of wedlock, here is what the Nevada State Legislature has to say about these children. According… Read More »
How relocation could impact a child
After a divorce, the parent with primary custody of the child may wish to relocate. This can have several different potential effects on the child in question, and the impacts can be both negative and positive, which is why careful consideration should be made before a move. Opportunity is one of the most common… Read More »
Gay couples moving to protect their parental rights under Trump
Even with marriage equality the law of the land, many gay parents still find themselves having to fight for custody or even visitation of children they’ve raised, sometimes since birth, because they aren’t considered the child’s legal parent. If a couple breaks up or if the biological or legal parent dies, the other parent… Read More »
International child custody and the Hague Convention
When parents divorce or separate, things get extremely complicated when different countries are involved. Let’s say you’re from Las Vegas, Nevada, and your spouse is from Paris, France. Your spouse might want to go home to Paris with the kids, and you might want to keep them home in Las Vegas. As unfortunate as… Read More »
Myths about parenting time and child custody
When you go to court for your child custody case, it’s critical that a fair decision is made, one that respects your rights and the best interests of the child. Below are a few myths that you should be aware of, which could be detrimental to this process: 1. Young children are often more… Read More »