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- Factors Determining Child Custody under Georgia Law
Going through a divorce is difficult on everyone, but a divorce can be particularly hard when you and your partner need to determine who gets custody of the kids. GA child custody law keeps the best interests of the child in mind, and who receives child custody will depend on a variety of different factors. The guidance of an experienced lawyer from is imperative if you want to win custody after a divorce.
- Fathers Rights in California and What Every Dad Should Know
Fathers concerned about their California custody rights get a lot of bad information. This article will take the confusion and myth out of this area of family law and get dads who are going through custody cases off to a good start.
- Joint and Sole Legal and Physical Child Custody Explained
If you and your child's other parent are separated or divorced, determining child custody is probably one of your primary concerns. Child custody comes in two forms – legal custody and physical custody.
- What Protective Orders Can and Cannot Do in Maryland
Protective orders might help you feel a little more safe and secure, but ultimately any protective order is a legal document. If you are in danger, removing yourself from the situation and seeking protection, may be the best bet.
- How Does Domestic Violence Affect Custodial Rights to Children in California?
Domestic violence is being referred to as an epidemic in the United States, and more than three million children witness acts of domestic abuse every year. Domestic violence is emotionally scarring for victims, especially when children are involved. It is important for anyone involved in a family law case to understand the implications of domestic violence and how it affects child custody in California.
- Divorce Modification in Texas
Anyone that needs more information about modifying a divorce decree to change custody details, visitation rights, child support conditions, or living situations should read this guide to Texas divorce modifications. Divorce modifications are different in every state, and in Texas the laws are as complex as any other state's laws. The following article describes in detail Texas laws pertaining to divorce modifications.
- Child Custody Exchange Safety
Child visitation and child custody exchanges are a vital part of maintaining and building relationships between a child and each of their parents, but they can be a major challenge for the parents. The swap occurs each time a chid goes from the physical custody of one parent to the other, and the exchanges often escalate to high-conflict situations.
- Can A Parent Coordinator Alleviate Conflict After The Divorce?
A divorce is never easy, but there are ways that the distress of going through a divorce and the accompanying child custody hearings can be minimized.
- Child Relocation Law in Florida - Fla. Stat. 61.13001
Relocation is an issue that is often addressed either in an initial custody action or after an initial custody order has been established. Florida Statute 61.13001 specifically addresses the issue of relocation. This statute prevents a residential parent from relocating their residence more than 50 miles unless the parties enter into a written agreement before the move or a court approves the relocation.
- Revised Child Custody Act of Pennsylvania
The provisions of the new Child Custody Act applied in this instance. E.D. v. M.P., 33 A.3d 73 (Pa.Super. 2011). The mother appealed from the trial court order that granted permission for the father to move from Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, to Barton, New York, with the parties’ male child. The appeal required consideration of the procedures and legal standards set forth in the newly enacted Child Custody Act, 23 Pa.C.S. § 5321 et seq.