Can You Lose Custody For Not Co Parenting

Can You Lose Custody For Not Co Parenting?

Is it possible to lose custody when not co-parenting properly with the other parent? The answer is yes. You can lose custody for bad co-parenting. (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION Is It Possible To Lose Custody For Not Co-Parenting? If the court finds that you are not adequately co-parenting, you can be stripped of custody. This…

Guardianship Vs Custody

Guardianship Vs Custody

While both guardianship and custody arrangements are designed to ensure children have proper care, these roles are not interchangeable. Let’s take a look at the similarities and differences between the designations. (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION What Is A Legal Guardian? A legal guardian is an individual who is appointed by a court to care for…

How Long Do Custody Cases Take

How Long Do Custody Cases Take?

Some custody cases can wrap up in just a few weeks, while more complicated cases can take years to resolve. (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION How Long Does A Custody Case Take? There is no definitive answer for how long a custody battle/case will take. Some of these cases will wrap up in a few weeks,…

Shared Custody Vs Joint Custody

What Happens At First Custody Hearing

Child custody hearings can be quite intimidating so it’s important to prepare for this process. Let’s take a look at what you can expect at the first hearing and what you can do to ensure it goes smoothly. (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION How To Prepare For The First Child Custody Hearing It’s crucial to create…

Shared Custody Vs Joint Custody

How Far Can A Parent Move With Joint Custody?

While there is generally no set limit for how far a parent can move with joint custody, doing so will require permission from the other parent or the court. (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION What Is Joint Custody? Also known as joint legal custody or joint physical custody, this kind of custody necessitates the submission of…

What To Look For In A Paternity Lawyer?

Paternity Lawyer Costs 2024

The cost of hiring a paternity lawyer in 2024 can vary greatly depending on several factors, including: (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION The cost of hiring a paternity lawyer in 2024 can vary greatly depending on several factors, including: Location: Lawyer fees tend to be higher in major cities than in rural areas. Attorney experience: More…

How To Divorce With Kids

Figuring out a child custody arrangement during a divorce process is no easy task. Child custody determinations are typically governed by state law.  (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION Figure Out Parental Responsibilities After Divorce Sharing a child with your partner means you’ll likely share responsibility for that child in some fashion during and after a divorce.…

What To Look For In A Paternity Lawyer?

Paternity Lawyer Cost

Paternity lawyers typically charge an initial retainer fee between $3,500-$5,000. Following this fee, paternity lawyers in the U.S. will charge an average of $400 per hour. Prices will range from $300-$500 per hour. (480) 240-0040 INITIAL CONSULTATION What Does A Paternity Lawyer Do? These lawyers can assist any parent in proving or disproving paternity when…

What Does A Family Lawyer Do?

What Does A Family Lawyer Do?

A family lawyer is a lawyer who specializes in legal issues related to family relationships. This can include divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, adoption, domestic violence, and more. Family lawyers can represent clients in court proceedings, negotiate on their behalf, draft legal documents, and provide general legal counsel. They can…