Divorce is an extremely stressful experience for everyone involved. This can be especially true for children. If the parents do not agree to a custody and visitation timeshare the judge will use the best interest of the children factors to decide how the parties will share child custody and for other children-related matters.
Nevada favors custody arrangements where the parties share custody of their child. This allows both parents and the child to maintain their bond and relationship. The process of reaching a parenting agreement or having the order a child custody schedule can be emotionally and physically draining for the families involved.
Jacovino Law Office strives to help our clients overcome those difficult times and reach the most favorable outcome for your family. Besides the rights of a child’s parents, Nevada also recognizes grandparent rights.
When reviewing or deciding custody the court considers all relevant factors, including, but not limited to:
- The ability of the parents to cooperate with each other in order to meet the needs of the child.
- The wishes of the child regarding custody, as long as the child is old enough and mature enough to comprehend the situation and make a cognizant decision.
- Any evidence that a parent has committed or attempted to commit an act of child abduction against the child.
- The nature of the relationship between the parents.
- The physical and mental health of each parent.
- The child’s physical, developmental, and emotional needs
Jacovino Law Office strives to help our clients overcome those difficult times and reach the most favorable outcome for their family. Our legal experience can help expedite and uncomplicate the process to secure our clients’ legal and physical child custody of the child. When you are seeking an experienced family lawyer to protect the interests of you and your loved ones. Please contact Jacovino Law Office at (702) 776-7179 or www.jacovinolaw.com if you have questions on custody or wish to schedule a consultation.
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