Category Archives: Child Custody Visitation
Different Types Of Child Visitation Rights Granted In California
When a couple is going through a divorce there are a lot of issues to sort out. You may be dealing with complicated issues concerning division of property, spousal support, the separation of finances…the list goes on and on. But frequently the most important issue fought over by parents in a divorce is time… Read More »
Suicidal Ideation And Child Custody
Suicidal ideation, and actual suicide attempts, are real. It is a very concerning, very stark reality that many parents who are dissolving their relationship are also dealing with an ex-partner who has suicidal ideation or has made a suicide attempt. When you share minor children with a person suffering this level of depression parents… Read More »
Can I Stop My Child From Seeing Their Other Parent?
If you are going through a divorce or other relationship dissolution that involves custody of minor children, you are fully aware how the dissolution of the existing relationship substantially changes the lives of both the children and the parents. Most parents want to maintain a good relationship with their kids post-breakup, and that almost… Read More »
What Does It Really Mean To Pursue “Full Custody”?
When entering the divorce process, many parents decide that they want to pursue “full custody” of their children. But what does that term, “full custody” really mean? Whether you yourself have decided to pursue full custody of your child, or you’ve been notified that your ex-partner is pursuing said custody, here’s what you need… Read More »