Monthly Archives: November 2012

Grandparent Rights in Utah

The Utah statute governing the visitation rights of grandparents is one of the more plainly readable statutes.  It provides real guidance as to how the courts view grandparents, or a grandparent, petitions for visitation when visitation has been unreasonably withheld

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Types of Child Custody in Utah

Utah Child Custody Overview Introduction Custody of a minor child means the legal status awarded by a court for the care, control and maintenance of that child. In Utah, custody may be brought as a separate case or as part

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Posted in Child Custody, Joint Custody, Utah guidelines

Family Court Mandatory Evaluations

In some cases you’re going to be required to undergo a parental evaluation. What does this mean? It means that somebody is going to be asking you questions and looking in your windows in regards to your lifestyle and ability

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Originally posted on About The Children, LLC's Blog:
Knowing how to conduct yourself in a courtroom will give you confidence and play a big part in the  success of your court case. Having your cell phone ring will be…

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We support you 100% in this dispute! Keep fighting for your rights and never give up.

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Grandparent and Third Party Custody Visitation in Missouri

If you are a grandparent and are seeking custody and visitation rights in Missouri, Missouri: Missouri child custody law permits grandparent visitation only in limited situations. There is no guaranteed right for a grandparent to have visitation with a grandchild.

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Divorce, Child Custody and Child Visitation Guidelines in Missouri

In Missouri, the expressions “father and mother”, “parent”, “child”, are defined broadly;, the terms … shall apply to children born out of wedlock and to children born in wedlock, and the terms “father and mother”, “parent”, “child”, shall apply without

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