Requesting a Psychological Evaluation in Your Child Custody Case
Divorce and custody disputes can bring out the worst in people. It can also be a catalyst for mental health issues like anxiety and depression. It can complicate custody when one parent is struggling with psychological issues that could impact how they care for their child. In any custody case, courts make decisions based on […]More
How to Keep Your Kids During a Divorce
One of the most emotional parts of a divorce involves the custody of your children. While there was a time when the law favored mothers in a custody battle, the tendency for the courts today is to issue some form of joint custody. The courts have held that it is typically in the best interest […]More
Can I Keep My Spouse From Seeing Our Kids During a Divorce?
Disagreements about custody and visitation aren’t uncommon at the beginning of a divorce. It can be tough to figure out how to create a custody plan that provides access to both parents. If you have serious concerns about your ex’s ability to safely parent the children, that can make things even more challenging. This is […]More
Channing Tatum Asks a Los Angeles Judge to Approve a Formal Child Custody Plan
In April 2018, Jenna Dewan and Channing Tatum announced that they would be splitting up almost 9 years of marriage. Six months later, Dewan formally filed for divorce. In the initial divorce petition, Dewan requested that the parents share physical and legal custody of their 5 years old daughter, Everly. In his response to the divorce filing, Tatum also requested joint custody.More
Who Gets Custody When Parents Aren’t Married?
Parents aren’t always married when they have a child. Sometimes getting pregnant is enough to motivate a couple to tie the knot. Other times, marriage is never in the cards. Discussions about custody can be more challenging when parents aren’t married. This is particularly true when an unmarried couple breaks up and decide to go their different ways.More