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I Think My Ex Is Abusing or Neglecting My Child. What Can I Do?

One of the worst things any parent can face is realizing that their child has been abused, neglected, or mistreated in any way. This situation can be even worse when the offender is the child’s other parent or another close family member charged with protecting and caring for them. If you are divorced or no longer romantically attached to your child’s other biological parent but the other parent has some custody or visitation rights, you must know what you can do if you discover that your child has been subject to any abuse at the hands of their other parent.

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How Can a Parent Lose Their Custody Rights?

Child custody is one of the most contentious and emotionally charged legal matters that can unfold in the family court system. For example, suppose you are preparing to divorce or an unmarried parent, and you and your child’s other biological parent have decided to end your relationship. In that case, you should prepare for a child custody determination soon. The family court systems of the United States uphold that every child has the right to care and support from both their parents, but custody determinations often lead to one parent assuming greater custody rights than the other, and the noncustodial

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Domestic Violence and Child Custody

It’s an unfortunate reality that every year in the United States, thousands of people of all ages suffer the effects of domestic violence. Many victims of domestic violence are children, and parents may wonder how domestic violence influences custody over child victims. Whether you have been wrongfully accused of committing domestic violence or have discovered your child has been abused by a member of your family or household, call our firm. It is essential to understand what can be done to prevent further domestic violence and the consequences of these actions. If you are preparing to divorce because of domestic

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7 Tips to Co-parenting After Divorce

Though divorce does occur in many marriages, it still can be challenging to navigate when it happens to you. It is normal to feel confused, lost, or frustrated while you and your ex-spouse decide what your new family structure will be. One of the biggest hurdles that you will have to overcome is deciding what your future co-parenting relationship will be. While there are many different options for custody and child support, the struggles of co-parenting do not end in the courtroom. You will face lots of emotional and logistical challenges along the way. No matter how you decide to

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Benefits and Custody After a Military Divorce

Pain from losing someone you love is not easy to deal with, especially for those in the service. Maintaining a marriage is difficult enough while on active duty, making a divorce all that more challenging. Fortunately, there are many options available to active service members and their spouses. If you need help with a family law situation that involves someone in the military, you need counsel from an attorney who understands the complexities of military family law. Rights as an Active Service Member The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act protects active-duty service members. Usually, when one spouse files for divorce, the

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LGBT Divorce and Child Custody Proceedings

In 2015, the Supreme Court made the landmark decision to mandate that same-sex marriages were legal in the United States of America. From this decision, married LGBT couples were entitled to the same benefits that heterosexual couples have, such as Social Security benefits, tax exemption status, insurance benefits, and the right to make medical decisions or be present in the hospital for a spouse. Suddenly, couples that had been barred from being wed legally were flocking to courthouses across the country to say “I do” to their partners. It was and remains a joyous and important part of our nation’s

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