This is the final post in my series on issues which the Clark County Family court will and will not rule on after basic custodial issues have been established. I began this series because after a couple splits up it is not unusual for the two parents to have strong and differing opinions on certain child-related issues. These topics often inspire passionate standpoints that can be difficult to resolve; thus parents often come to a standstill and wish for a Judge to make a final ruling on such issues. I wanted to take the opportunity with this blog to explain why the Court will often decline to rule on topics that parents may view as of dire importance. Furthermore, I wanted to give parents guidance on how they may continue to navigate these co-parenting pitfalls.Read More
This is the next post in my series discussing how the Clark County Family Court handles issues when two parents cannot agree on parenting decisions. My last post explained how a child may get the opportunity to choose how they wish to be raised once they are older. In this post I am seeking to provide parents tips on how to manage differences effectively and avoid both getting tangled up in the Court system and alienating one’s child.Read More
Does the Clark County Family Court Consider a Child’s Wishes When Parents Cannot Agree on Critical Decisions?
This is the next post in my series discussing issues that the Clark County Family Court will and will not intervene in when two parents cannot degree on parenting decisions. My last post explained when a Judge may make a ruling if two parents are having a disagreement over medical treatment. In this post I will explain how a child’s age may be a factor as to whether or not a Judge will hear a case and how the Court may rule.Read More
This is the next post in my series discussing which issues the Clark County Family Court will and will not rule on when it comes to parents who share custody but cannot agree on major parenting decisions. My last post provided insight into how a Court will deal with educational disagreements. In this post I will explain what happens when two Las Vegas parents do not agree on what medical decisions to make for their children.Read More
This is the next post in my series discussing which issues the Clark County Family Court will intervene in once a custody and parental plan is in place. My last post explained why the Court system will not determine what religion a child is to be brought up under when parents cannot decide. In this post I will explain how the Court handles educational disagreements between parents.Read More