My Ex Will Not Let Me See My Child. What Are My Rights?

It’s an unfortunate truth that some parents are not able to amicably co-parent their child(ren) during or after a divorce. If your ex is the custodial parent as determined by your legally binding child custody agreement, and he or she will not allow you to see your child(ren), don’t lose hope. ...
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How Is Child Support Calculated?

Every year the child custody lawyers at Clagett and Barnett Attorneys at Law oversee many child support cases in Elizabethtown. Whether co-parents are going through a divorce, or a custodial parent is seeking support from another legal guardian, Clagett and Barnett have seen it all....
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5 Reasons You May Need A Child Custody Lawyer

Divorce is one of the most emotional and stressful events one can face in life. Not only are couples being faced with a completely new way of life for themselves, but if children are involved, the divorce process can become much more complicated....
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Child Custody For Military Parents

Courts establish child custody plans based upon the best interest of the child. Under this program, courts decide custody issues based upon what would serve the child’s general well being, and for that many aspects are considered....
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Which Of The Parents Gets Custody Rights In Kentucky

Among the biggest questions in a Kentucky child custody case is which of the parents gets custody rights. The answer to this question depends on a great deal of aspects coming into play, but there are some basic standards as well as considerations when child custody is determined....
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3 Steps To Win your Custody Case

Of course it would be perfect if all parents could easily come to an agreement concerning custody matters on their own. However, divorce is a hard time and can be either contested or uncontested. In a situation when parents don’t get on well anymore, they might have different views on what’s best for their children....
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