Child custody rights are difficult because emotions are involved. You have rights as the parent of your child. Without the formal agreements filed with the court, you are on your own when it comes to ENFORCING your rights as a parent. Parents can make all sorts of decisions together, but without it being on file at the court, it is difficult to enforce provisions even when you have verbally agreed to things such as;
• How much time will you get to see your child,
• Where will you be able to visit,
• How long will the visit be,
• Will it be overnight? Multiple days/nights? Supervised?
• Who will drop off and who will pick up?
• Where will you exchange children?
How do you communicate with your ex-spouse or girlfriend/boyfriend about your child? If this “verbal” agreement is not finalized through the courts, the arrangement can turn against you quickly and for no reason. Questions come up like:
• Does my baby’s Daddy have any rights to my child?
• Does my baby’s Momma have any rights to my child?
What about extended family, what rights do they have (grandmothers and grandfathers)? Arguing with once-close family members is stressful. We can help build a bridge to them for you. We can help you say what you want to have happen and get a Nevada court order/decree to back you up. You need to know your rights as a parent in Nevada. The law changes, and judges change, but we have the most up to date facts on the law to help you see your way through the confusion of parental rights.
At Warnock Family Law, our focus is Child Custody. Children are the most vulnerable members of our society, and are often neglected in family disputes. Sometimes parents try to turn their children against the other parent in these disputes. It is up to you and your attorney to ensure this does not happen to your family.
Warnock Family Law will be an advocate not only for you but also for your children. We invite you to fill out an information form about your Child custody rights case to qualify for a 10-minute FREE phone consultation with us. We can then assess the specifics of your case and advise you how to proceed, whether or not you decide to retain us. We will make sure you understand your rights and how to move forward to protect your most valuable assets, your children.