Parents with disabilities face unique challenges during custody cases. One parent may use the other’s disability against him or her to try to convince the courts to grant custody to the parent that does not have a disability. While the … ContinuedRead More
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Child custody is one of the most sensitive matters a divorce case can involve in California. Understanding the state’s custody laws and how the courts will handle custody arrangements can help you know what to expect moving forward with a … ContinuedRead More
Child custody is often the most important part of a divorce case. In California, two parents can create child custody and parental responsibility plans on their own without court intervention. If the parents cannot agree on the terms of custody, … ContinuedRead More
During a custody battle, the tensions between the former couple run high. There may be residual anger between them plus the natural desire to protect their children. During this time, we often see a situation called parental gatekeeping. Understanding what … ContinuedRead More
The term custodial parent refers to the parent with whom the child spends the majority of his or her time. Non-custodial parents, however, still have rights and responsibilities. In California, the courts like to give children equal time with each … ContinuedRead More