Family Law

What does the court focus on in child custody cases? Part III

LEGAL STANDARDS FOR CHANGE IN CUSTODY OR PARENTING TIME PART III – WHAT ARE THE CHILD CUSTODY FACTORS?

If the court has determined that the facts of your case constitute either a change in circumstances or proper cause sufficient to re-examine the custodial environment (or parenting time) of your child, and the court has determined whether there (more…)

What does the court focus on in child custody cases? Part II

LEGAL STANDARDS FOR CHANGE IN CUSTODY OR PARENTING TIME PART II – WHAT IS AN ESTABLISHED CUSTODIAL ENVIRONMENT?

If you have been able to prove to the court that there is a change in circumstances or proper cause sufficient to re-examine the custody or parenting time for your child, the Court will then need to establish whether your child has an established custodial environment. This is an important step because it establishes the burden of (more…)

What does the court focus on in child custody cases? Part I

LEGAL STANDARDS FOR CHANGE IN CUSTODY OR PARENTING TIME PART I – WHAT IS A CHANGE IN CIRCUMSTANCE OR PROPER CAUSE?

Whenever a parent files for divorce, a change in custody, or even a change in parenting time, the court must analyze numerous factors prior to making a decision about what it best for your child. (more…)

Can the Court Make Me Vaccinate My Child?

The battle rages on between those who believe that it is perfectly safe to vaccinate their child, and those who believe that it is not safe to vaccinate. If you are involved in a divorce or child-custody dispute, the decision whether to vaccinate your child may not be your decision to make. (more…)

What Does a “Free Consultation” Really Mean?

You’ve heard it on radio and television ads, and you’ve likely seen it on our own advertisements and web page – FREE CONSULTATIONS! But, what does that really mean? (more…)

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