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Moline Child custody matters can be a difficult and emotional time for both parties. Our Moline child custody attorneys are dedicated to ensuring your and your children's rights are protected. We will be your aggressive advocates and defend your rights during your Moline child custody matter. We handle all types of child custody matters including, sole custody, joint custody, parenting time and all facets of Moline child support law.
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There are many factors Moline courts take into account when determining child custody and related issues. In this article, our Moline child custody attorneys discuss these factors and how the courts attempt to weigh these issues into their judgments.
No child custody matter is the same. Ensure you have the information you need to make informed decisions and put your Moline child custody cases in the best possible position to succeed.
Our Moline child custody attorneys in this article explain the process of changing parenting time, and custody in Moline court matters. We discuss:
For an overview of the laws regarding Moline parenting time and responsibility in Moline, read our article at Moline Parenting Laws Explained.
In this article, our Moline custody lawyers discuss what court ordered patenting classes are and how they are determined in court proceedings. Parenting classes are typically mandatory when parents are involved in a court matter where parental time and responsibility is allocated with certain exceptions which include the best interest of the child and exceptions for good cause. We discuss the purpose of court ordered parenting classes, and also which classes are approved for the court.