Holidays are to be a joyous time of year. Unfortunately a child custody dispute can quickly change happiness to distress. It is not uncommon for a father to plan on having his child or children for the holidays only for the mother attempt to change her mind at the last minute. If you are a Nevada father in this situation then you should be aware that the law will protect your rights.

Nevada law allows quick remedies for fathers being denied Christmas visitation

Las Vegas fathers’ rights attorney Kari Molnar has handled numerous cases where a mother refused to follow a Court ordered child custody plan. Kari can ensure that you receive the visitation you are entitled to in such a situation. If the mother is refusing to follow the Court’s Order then the first step is to file a Motion with the Court to deal with the situation. In such matters the Court will typically expedite the hearing to ensure that holiday visitation goes forward as planned. If you are distressed over the prospect of not having your children for Christmas then contact our office online today.

Nevada fathers have rights under the Court’s custody Order

It is not uncommon for fathers to think that they have no recourse if the mother is refusing to follow the Court’s visitation schedule. This refusal can result in the mother being held in contempt of Court and possibly having to pay your attorney fees. If the mother has been engaging in a pattern of not following the Court’s rulings then it may even be possible to change child custody. Kari has represented many Nevada parents in this situation and is here to assist you.