To change custody the non-custodial parent must show a “material change in circumstances.” What does that mean and what does it take to qualify?
Court of Appeals discusses the rule of thumb for a trial judge found in this situation.
Children testifying in custody proceedings is an ongoing topic of concern in the law. Here are some things for parents to consider.
Court of Appeals affirms decision with what appears to be overwhelming evidence to the contrary. This is why clients are warned about the difficulties in prevailing on appeal in child custody cases.
Who has custody of the children when the custodial parent dies? What legal action is needed when this happens?
Arizona bill aimed at polygamist husbands evidently will not become law.
Your step-children’s conduct will probably be relevant if your ex-spouse takes you back to court to try to modify custody or visitation.