Divorce is always more complicated & fraught with emotional turmoil if children are involved deciding where a child resides and whether both parents will have impute in custodial legal issues. This is the most critical portion of any divorce action. These issues are complicated & difficult to resolve. Attorney John F Zeckel, SC will listen carefully to your legal wishes and will zealously to advocate for your position.
Child support is based upon placement of the children. It is meant to help or assist the parent that has placement for the children.
If you are currently in the middle of a heated child custody dispute, you are not alone. Throughout the state, many families who are filing for divorce find themselves in a tricky situation regarding child custody. Our firm will guide you and assist you in resolving custody issues & placement issues either during a divorce or in a post-divorce setting through the divorce stages.
For fathers going through the divorce process or facing a paternity issue, you may be concerned as to whether your rights will be protected and how the child custody case will result. You will need an attorney who is well-versed and who is able to assist you in understanding the complicity of the legal issues involved and will tirelessly advocate for you.
As a grandparent with a son or daughter going through divorce, you may have rights to visit your grandchildren. In special circumstances, you may have the right to pursue custody of your grandchildren. If you believe that neither parent is fit to care for the children or meet other specific legal criteria.
If you are a mother filing for divorce, you may have concerns regarding the custody of your children and child support payments. If the court designates you as the primary care giver, the court will award child support to you. This child support is meant to help you provide for the children's needs. It is predicated on the time you’re have placement of your children.
Relocation of Child
Once a divorce is granted, generally the court will not modify the custody or placement orders for a period of 2 years. Both parents are expect to abide by the court orders in place. Should either party wish to relocate from the state of Wisconsin that party must seek court approval to do so.
Types of Child Custody
Generally the courts favor issuing a joint custodial order so both parents have some input as their children’s school, doctors. choice of religion. The courts typically do not favor sole legal custody unless the parties cannot communicate effectively regarding those issues.
Post Divorce Custody Displacement Disputes
Once custody ad placement orders have been issued by the court they may not be changed for a period of two years. Unless there is irreparable harm being done to the child or children.
After two years the moving partner must show a substantial change in circumstances to be successful in changing the current court order
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