Keon Family Law

The short answer is no. Custody laws are now gender neutral. Judges are required to consider what is in the best interests of the child, irrespective of the parent’s gender. Joint physical custody means each parent shares half the parenting time with the child, while primary physical custody provi...

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Overview

Children are affected by the things that go on around them, and divorce can affect them in so many different ways. This includes children of all ages. Whether a divorce is amiable or spiteful and vicious, the separation of a child’s parents will more than likely be a life-altering event.

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Choosing an attorney can be a very stressful endeavor. You want to select an attorney who takes the burden of your case off you and delivers results. Consider the following characteristics so you feel confident that your case is diligently handled and you are treated respectfully.

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This is one of the most important decisions you will make once you have decided you want a divorce. There are Do’s and Don’ts in the selection process.

DO'S:

1) DO consider the referral source. Attorneys are good barometers of their colleague’s abilities and experience. Former clients who...

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Overview

As discussed in our Child Custody post, a parenting plan outlines all of the details of the physical and legal custody of a child that are agreed upon by their parents and approved by a judge. These plans are required in all divorce cases that involve children.

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