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Understanding Child Custody Issues

Posted by Sandra On September - 13 - 2012

Sometimes through divorces, separations or physical in-capacities, issues such as child custody, support or visitation rights must be determined. A common misconception is that courts are likely to grant unreasonable custody arrangements, unrealistic visitation access or copious amounts of financial support awards to one party unfairly. In reality, courts have broad discretion in tailoring these orders, primarily taking into consideration the child’s best interests. According to Kansas state law, the court may order the joint legal custody of a child with both parties. In that event, the parties shall have equal rights to make decisions in the best interests of the child. Or, the court may order the sole legal custody of a child with one of the parties when the court finds that it is not in the best interests of the child that both of the parties have equal rights to make decisions pertaining to the child.  READ MORE HERE

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Child Custody Issues

If you have one or several of the issues listed below in your situation, YOU HAVE A GOOD CASE! Learn how to present these issues correctly. Don’t let them backfire on you. Your child is counting on you to speak for them.  READ MORE HERE

Child Custody Issues

Child Endangerment Parental Alienation Lengthy Childcare Mental Illness
Verbal or Mental Abuse Drug or Alcohol Abuse Physical Abuse Sexual Abuse
Domestic Violence Denying Visitation Lying To Child Kidnapping
New Stepparent Best Interest Of Child Neglect Poor Living Conditions

 










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