Warnock Family Law BLOG
January 17, 2022
Determining Which Type of Child Custody is Right for You
Determining which type of child custody is right for you can be confusing if you do not know the differences in the custody types. There are two types of custody: legal custody and physical custody. Those two types of custody can be set up in different ways based on a number of factors. A few… Read More »Determining Which Type of Child Custody is Right for You
January 3, 2022
Can Grandparents Gain Custody if the Children are in a Bad Environment?
It is a difficult thing to learn that your grandchildren are living in a bad environment. You have high hopes that your own child will be able to provide your grandchildren with an environment that meets their needs and helps them thrive. Unfortunately, there are situations where parents do not have the capacity to provide… Read More »Can Grandparents Gain Custody if the Children are in a Bad Environment?
December 20, 2021
What are Mothers’ Rights in a Child Custody Dispute?
No one wants to end up in a child custody dispute. Unfortunately, there are situations where a dispute seems unavailable. If parents cannot come to an agree about the best schedule for shared child custody, the dispute will have to be resolved with the help of a third party. It is important to understand your… Read More »What are Mothers’ Rights in a Child Custody Dispute?
December 6, 2021
How Can I Get Custody of My Children?
Child custody laws in Nevada do not provide an exact outline of how to gain custody of your children. There is room in the law for the judge to use discretion when making decisions about custody. The ultimate concern when it comes to custody is the well-being of the children. The courts have to use… Read More »How Can I Get Custody of My Children?
November 15, 2021
Do Children Have the Right to Choose Custody?
There is no easy way to go through a custody battle. There’s a long list of reasons why you may not be able to come to a custody agreement with your ex-partner. One of the most common reasons for a stalemate in the process of creating a custody agreement is that one parent wants more… Read More »Do Children Have the Right to Choose Custody?