Small bites on visitation

June 3, 2016

Absent a showing of a “substantial change of circumstances” one is allowed to bring only one motion for temporary relief on a particular issue prior

United States Supreme Court finds order granting adopting lesbian mother visitation is entitled to full faith and credit

March 7, 2016

On March 7, 2016, in the case of V. L. v. E. L., ET AL., the United States Supreme Court, in an unsigned Per Curiam

The risks of rushing into a final order on custody or visitation

December 2, 2015

Most people, at least those who are thoughtful and mature, try to avoid protracted and contentious litigation. This is especially true for custody and visitation

Remedying the visitation of an emotionally abusive parent

November 27, 2015

A reader left a comment today on my blog, Calling bullsh*t on custodial parents who let the children decide their visitation that I found deeply

It’s called vigilantism

November 27, 2015

Of all of my blogs the one that has generated the most comments is Calling bullsh*t on custodial parents who let the children decide their

Updated checklist of questions whose answers can derail a custody or visitation case

April 27, 2015

Last August I posted a word document containing a checklist of questions that can derail a custody or visitation case.  Being informed recently by a colleague

Using the court’s contempt powers to stop visitation interference

April 22, 2015

There are some custodial parents who are unreasonably resistant to the other parent’s relationship with their child(ren). Often such parents will manipulate and maneuver to

Visitation schedules for firefighters (or anyone who works 24-hours on/48-hours off)

March 24, 2015

One can always tell when an attorney has failed to really focus on his or her client when a parent who works a 24-hours on/48-hours