Sole Legal Custody is when one parent is out of the picture and the other parent makes all the decisions.
When you need a Las Vegas child custody lawyer, you should consult with Las Vegas child custody lawyer Anthony Wright, Esq. The Wright Law Offices, PC will keep your best interests in mind, including the costs associated with legal assistance, and shall help you with your problem with sole legal custody.
It is important to have a Las Vegas child custody lawyer who has lived in Las Vegas for many years and knows the courts, the judges, and other lawyers. An attorney who is not ready to go to court is not ready to help you with your problem with sole legal custody.
Your problem with sole legal custody will require legal analysis using state-of-the-art online applications to review the various legal sources that apply to your case, including: Nevada Supreme Court Opinions, Nevada Revised Statutes, Nevada Civil Procedures, Nevada Rules of Court, Nevada Rules of Civil Procedure, Eighth Judicial District Court Rules, Las Vegas Municipal Codes, Clark County Municipal Codes, and state and local administrative law.
The above legal sources will be considered by your child custody lawyer and applied to the issues and circumstances involved in your problem with sole legal custody. Your problem with sole legal custody will require application to the laws in the sources above to your specific facts. Your child custody lawyer will use his legal training, which includes trial experience, negotiation experience, and continuing legal education requirements to develop the best strategy to resolve your problem with sole legal custody.
The information about child custody contained on this page is not intended to be legal advice about child custody. Your child custody matter should always be evaluated by a child custody lawyer. You should treat child custody with the seriousness it requires. Just as you would not likely conduct surgery on yourself, you should not represent yourself in court regarding your child custody matter. At the very least, consult with a child custody lawyer—multiple times if necessary if you insist upon representing yourself.
Please call child custody lawyer Anthony Wright, Esq. to schedule a consultation to review your problem with sole legal custody: