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Father’s Rights to Custody

Our attorneys believe in standing up for both mothers and fathers who are embattled in a litigated custody battle. We have vast experience helping parents understand New Jersey laws governing custody and how to effectively...more

Child Custody: Do Grandparents Have Any Visitation Rights in Pennsylvania?

A life changing event like a divorce or death may adversely affect the relationship between a child and a person who isn’t the child’s biological parent such as a grandparent. Various states have different laws that govern...more

During or After my Divorce, Can I Move Outside of New Jersey

During or after a divorce, it is common for the custodial parent (the parent primarily responsible for the children’s care) to want to move to another state with the children. Perhaps the parent has a job opportunity, family,...more

Argument Report: Illinois Supreme Court Seems Undecided on Child Support for Non-Custodial Parents

Actively questioning both sides, the Justices of the Illinois Supreme Court seemed conflicted during the recent oral argument in In re Marriage of Turk. Turk poses a potentially important question of domestic relations law:...more

Tug of War: Summer Vacation

The Matzo has been eaten. The Easter eggs have been found. It’s now time to think about summer, which is often stressful for families going through a divorce or custody litigation. It’s sad but true, for many, planning...more

Child Custody – “I Don’t Want to Go!”

“I don’t want to go! I want to stay with you!” If you are divorced with children chances are you’ve heard these words. There are many cases where a child won’t go with the other parent whether it is for a weekend or a dinner...more

Can my ex-spouse see our children if he/she does not pay the court ordered child support?  [Video]

Phoenix business law firm Jaburg Wilk's family law and criminal defense attorney Jason B. Castle talks about why a person has to allow their ex-husband or ex-wife to see the children even though they are not paying child...more

Protect Yourself from Big Brother: Technology & Family Law Litigation

Divorce and child custody cases are often down-right nasty. One or both individuals to the litigation are often desperate to destroy the other, whether it be emotionally or financially, or to cause damage to the other...more

Child Custody – Relocating to Another State

Last year, Pennsylvania child custody laws changed significantly and have affected how child custody disputes are being determined. One challenge that parents may now face is what to do when one of them needs or wants to...more

Do I Need a Lawyer to Represent Me in a Family Law Matter?

Few people, who are headed for divorce or custody litigation, can afford to spend substantial amounts of money on a family law attorney. Frequently, clients consider whether they can or should represent themselves in their...more

Child Custody – What is the Best Interest of the Child?

You are considering separating from your spouse and/or your significant other, but down the hall there is a five year old child that loves both of you. What happens to him or her? The polestar in any custody litigation is...more

What do we do with the children once the divorce action is filed? [Video]

Phoenix law firm Jaburg Wilk's family law attorney Jason B. Castle explains what happens to the children once the divorce action is filed. He also talks about whether it is allowed for one spouse to move with the children...more

Doctrine of Paternity by Estoppel and Child Custody

The doctrine of paternity by estoppel is most often applied in child support cases to either preclude a man who has held the child out as his own from avoiding support of the child after his relationship with the child's...more

How Do Courts Decide on Child Custody?

When minor (under age 18) children are part of a dissolving marriage, their care is typically a top concern for divorcing parents. In California, arrangement for their care is known as a parenting plan, or sometimes a custody...more

Illinois Supreme Court to Decide Whether Child Psychologist's Fees Taxable as Costs in Custody Battle

Our previews of the latest additions to the Illinois Supreme Court's civil docket continue with In re Marriage of Tiballi. Tiballi poses the following issue: when a parent voluntarily dismisses a petition to change custody,...more

How Is Child Custody Determined?

Custody rule number one: The best interest of the child is the polar star in every custody case. Custody is really about the child. It is only secondarily about the parent....more

When You Are Divorced, What Happens to Child Custody if a Parent Moves?

In today’s world it is hardly a rare occurrence that after a divorce one parent might move to another location. What happens then? What are the courts likely to do? This is perhaps the most difficult area of custody law....more

When Should a Family Law Case be Settled?

Family law cases – divorces and child custody matters – are filled with emotions. One or both parties are at different times throughout the case angry, vengeful, desperate, hurt, sad, and frustrated. These emotions are not...more

Back to School and Back to Court, Litigating your Divorce and Custody Matter

Every September brings excitement for thousands of children leaving the house for the first time and attending school and for those going back to school. The little yellow bus turning the corner also brings excitement and...more

Could You, Would You?

I have seen many people do many things for varying reasons when faced with a hotly contested divorce or child custody matter. Unless you ever confront such a difficult situation, some of the things people do may seem...more

School Bells are Ringing: Scheduling the Children’s Activities

If you are a divorced or separated parent, it time to think about the upcoming school year. Children, like adults, often have highly scheduled lives. This can create great conflict and confusion for divorced and separated...more

Military Issues in Divorce and Custody Matters

I am incredibly grateful for our armed forces service members, and it has been my privilege, as an Arizona family law attorney, to represent a number of them in family law matters....more

When talking Child Custody & Parenting Time, Should Your Ex-Spouse’s Significant Other Be around Your Children? #ParentingTime

Like many fans of the Phoenix Suns I was sad to learn a few years ago that our former star player, Steve Nash, was getting a divorce from his wife and the mother of his three kids. Although the Nashes divorced in 2011, their...more

Court Scrutinizes Custodial Parent’s Decision to Send Daughter to Catholic High School

A New Jersey man of the Jewish faith sought to enjoin his ex wife from enrolling their teenage daughter in a Catholic high school. Phillips v. Emerson, No. A-0737-12T2 (App. Div. June 5, 2013). The couple was divorced in...more

And That's What Civility Is For

Whatever the reason, ending a marriage may be a very painful process. The spouse was unfaithful, suffered from addiction, or was abusive to your client or the children. While in California we do not assign “fault” during ...more

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