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Child Custody Tag

When two people with a child divorce, the sad truth is that the child often becomes stuck in the middle. While your family law attorney can do their best to create a parenting plan that will serve as outlines to help guide the parents towards...

When a divorce happens, you can only hope for as smooth as a separation as possible. Perhaps more than anything else, threats from your soon to be former spouse can be stressful and frustrating. Threats surrounding custody of the children or valuable property can be...

Parents who are locked in a separation battle involving infant children often call and ask what type of custody or "time-sharing" schedules are available for infant children. This is a question that shows insight, as child visitation, in order to be in the best interest of...

In child support cases, we find the majority of families being split up, with the children going with one parent. The other parent is ordered to support the raising of the child through child support payments. The idea came about in the 1980s when there...

Child custody and parental laws can be confusing when you are looking at any situation outside of the traditional married couple with children. One group of US citizens that often have less exposure in the media and public mind when it comes to parental responsibilities...

Custody battles can be some of the expensive and drawn-out legal battles that are dealt with in family court. A properly informed client, along with an experienced family law attorney are in the best position to achieve a desirable outcome. Here are ten things you...

When divorce happens, it can be an emotionally difficult and trying time for not only the spouses, but the children of the marriage. Unless the separation goes smoothly, child custody battles can become stressful. If you are about to enter or are currently involved in...

The Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act (PKPA) is an enactment that was established on December 28, 1980 under Title 28 of the United States Code § 1738A. This federal United States law was developed to meet national standards for the assertion of child custody jurisdiction. The purpose...

Child Custody Basics Cases that concern parents as opposing parties vying for "custody" of their kids presents distinct issues for one and all involved. Sentiments frequently run high, particularly if the custody case is being worked out in the midst of a divorce. Florida child custody...