Yes, you could potentially modify your child custody arrangement without going to court in Los Angeles. Many different factors will play a role in whether this is possible in your particular case. A court-ordered custody arrangement is legally binding. You … ContinuedRead More
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Divorces can be a difficult and messy time in your life, especially if children are involved in the agreements. With children, you and your former spouse are not only dividing your assets – you are making decisions on the care, … ContinuedRead More
Court ordered visitation and child custody arrangements are legally enforceable. If a child doesn’t want to visit the other parent, it puts the primary parent in a tricky legal situation. Breaking a court order could put you in contempt of … ContinuedRead More
After a divorce, custody battles often leave parents concerned for the wellbeing of children. The state of California will not modify an existing custody order or create a new one merely because of a parent’s wishes or opinions. To receive … ContinuedRead More
The court has an obligation to act in the best interests of the child involved in a divorce. In some situations, a parent may pose a significant risk to a child due to mental illness or psychological instability. If you … ContinuedRead More