Child Custody With Substance Abuse

By Marketing Team / April 23, 2019 / Comments Off on Child Custody With Substance Abuse

The state of Nevada treats the custody and care of a child very, very seriously. In cases where one parent may struggle with substance abuse, the courts will consider if that parent has become unfit to have custody over their child. The state will consider if the parent is able to still act in the…

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Contested Custody

By Marketing Team / April 13, 2019 / Comments Off on Contested Custody

The courts don’t always need to be involved in cases involving custody of a child, but sometimes the parents are not in agreement, or the decision becomes heated and, at times, even belligerent. When parents are unable to make a fair decision, the courts will enter to help the decision to help and protect the…

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Unfit Parenting

By Marketing Team / April 11, 2019 / Comments Off on Unfit Parenting

The state of Nevada takes unfit parenting very seriously. The law is centered around protecting the child, first and foremost. This is what both the courts and parents must follow when deciding and acting on behalf of the child. Although the courts fight to keep families together, there are cases when it may be decided…

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Terminating Parental Rights With Your Ex

By Marketing Team / April 9, 2019 / Comments Off on Terminating Parental Rights With Your Ex

Unfortunately, there are some cases where a child’s co-parent has abandoned or neglected them and is no longer in the picture. There are other cases where one parent is afraid that the other parent will cause harm to their child, and no longer wants the child to be around that parent. Sometimes, a parent may…

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Child Custody in Clark County

By Leavitt_admin / September 20, 2018 / Comments Off on Child Custody in Clark County

Going through a divorce or relationship breakdown is never easy, more so if children are involved. Deciding on a child custody agreement can be a real challenge if you and your ex partner are not on speaking terms. It is important to remember that you want to do what is best for your child /…

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