Third Party Visitation Rights Series Wrap-Up

Posted by on Apr 6, 2016 in Grandparent Rights | 0 comments

Grandfather looking photos with grandchildThis is the final post in my series discussing the potential visitation rights of grandparents and other important third parties in a child’s life. Throughout this series I have attempted to give a realistic idea of what a grandparent can expect to happen should they decide to sue for visitation of a child. During this series I have been both clear that in the large majority of cases a parent has the right to block visitation with a grandparent, and to provide examples of when a grandparent has a realistic chance of winning a case.

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How to Proceed Once a Third Party Child Visitation Has Been Granted in Las Vegas

Posted by on Apr 5, 2016 in Grandparent Rights | 0 comments

Grandmother visiting granddaughterThis is the next post in my series discussing the visitation rights of Las Vegas grandparents and other important third persons in a child’s life. My last post discussed how a parent may defend against a third party visitation request. In this post I will advise how both the parent and the third party should proceed once a Court Order granting visitation has been made.

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How Las Vegas Parents Can Defend Against a Grandparent Suing for Visitation of a Child

Posted by on Mar 10, 2016 in Grandparent Rights | 0 comments

Child holding parent's armThis is the next post in my series discussing the rights of grandparents when it comes to asking for child visitation in a Clark County Family Court dispute. My last post explained what happens during a trial when a third party asks for visitation rights. In this post I will look at the opposite side of the argument and explain how a Las Vegas parent may defend against a grandparent who is seeking visitation. Parents who find themselves in such a situation should contact an attorney immediately.

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Conducting Discovery in a Las Vegas Grandparent or Third-Party Visitation Case

Posted by on Feb 9, 2016 in Grandparent Rights | 0 comments

Grandmother hugging childThis is the next post in my series explaining the rights a third-party or grandparent may have in a Las Vegas child visitation case. My last post explained why mediation may be an advisable option for grandparents to utilize if the other party is willing to participate in the process. In this article I will explain what the discovery process may look like if the case must proceed to trial.

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Attending Mediation in a Las Vegas Grandparent Rights Case

Posted by on Feb 8, 2016 in Grandparent Rights | 0 comments

pen writes mediation on paperThis is the next post in my series explaining what grandparent’s and other third parties need to know about gaining grandchild visitation rights through a family law dispute. My last post explained when Las Vegas grandparents may have a legitimate case in arguing for child visitation. In this article I will explain the benefits of using the mediation process to work out conflicts and avoiding trial at the Court.

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