How Do I Win My Child Custody Case?
To win your child custody case, you need to know how Child Custody works in California. This is by no means legal advice. You should always consult with a Family Law Attorney and visit the California Child Custody Website found HERE
How Child Custody works in California.
The California family court system set child custody and visitation of children.
Legal Custody: is the person who makes important decisions for your children.
Physical Custody: is the person who the children live or reside with.
Joint Custody: Both parents share responsibility to make the important decisions regarding the children.
Sole Custody: One parent has responsibility to make the important decisions regarding the children.
Parents with legal custody make decisions or choices about their children’s:
School; Child care; Residence; Religious activities; Doctors; Extracurricular activities
Parents who share legal custody both have the right to make decisions about their children’s lives.
Physical custody can be: Joint, which means that the children live with both parents. Sole or primary, means children live with one parent most of the time and usually visit the other parent. Joint physical custody doesn't mean the children must spend exactly half the time with each parent. When one parent has the children more than half of the time, it is called “primary custody”
Custody also called “time-share” is the plan for how the parents will share time with the children. Custody orders vary depending on the best interests of the children, and the parents situation.
Detailed Custody: is an strict list of dates and times when each parent will have custody.
Reasonable Custody: Allow the parents to work it out custody between them.
Supervised Custody: Used when children’s safety and well-being require visits be supervised.
No Custody: When custody with a parent would be physically or emotionally harmful to the children.
Violation Of Child Custody Order
When there is a violation of a Child Custody Order proof of the violation must be proven. Types of Child Custody Violations include:
Association with Criminal Element
Late to school
Missing custody times or dates
Failure to comply with court order
Violating restraining order
Leaving children in the custody of an unauthorized or restricted person.
Change In Child Custody
To change Child Custody a parent must show just cause for the change.
Parent moving out of the area
Change in Income or Employment
Ability to care for children
Parent's current relationship or divorce
Loss of employment
Custody with a parent would be physically or emotionally harmful to the children
How To Win Child Custody Case
Our licensed Child Custody Private Investigators document violations and gather evidence for court.
You receive a copy of the surveillance video and a detailed report.
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