Child Custody Library

Rebuilding Your Relationship With Your Child

“I hate you and do not want anything to do with you.” It’s the dreaded sentence that many parents hear. It seems to curse parents even more so while going through a divorce or custody battle. Can’t children just understand that you are going through a difficult time,...

Why an attorney should draft your parenting plan

A parenting plan can be one of the most important documents you will have. This plan outlines every specific requirement and rule that you and your child’s other parent must follow. Without a plan in place, there is little one can do to enforce parenting time or have...

Proceed With Caution: A Teenage Parent

Everyone knows a teenage parent. This is usually someone who accidently had a little fun during his or her teenage years and ended up with a beautiful bouncing baby. However, that teenager was likely feeling like his or her life had ended. Imagine being 16 years old...

Emergency Custody Orders: But Will The Judge Agree?

Tips to consider when getting an emergency order Far too often parents rush to the courthouse to try and get emergency custody orders. It is not surprising. Parents going through a messy divorce or custody case are extremely stressed out. Little things bother parents...

Enforcing your rights as a parent

Meet Chris. Chris is a 45-year-old dad with two children. His first child, Josh, is 15, and his second child, Beth, is 11. Chris and his ex-wife, Alice, have been divorced for three years now. When Chris and Alice divorced, they agreed to exercise equal parenting time...

Fathers rights: Is Arizona A Mother’s State?

Q: I am not married and my kid’s mom is telling me that I can’t see my daughter. I talked to some of my co-workers and they told me that Arizona is a Mother’s state and that I am going to be lucky to see my daughter. Me ex told me that I can only see my daughter...