judicial gavelThis article is being written to conclude and recap my series on how Nevada applies to Las Vegas fathers when there is no custody order in place. I felt it was necessary to write on this topic due to fathers often being left uncertain in how to approach these contentious situations. The goal of my recent articles has been to provide information which will help people understand how fathers should navigate the laws of Nevada when there is no custody order in place. The relationship between fathers and their children can have a significant impact if the parents have a continuous relationship. It has also been my goal to provide information which will assist in the selection of an attorney. If you or a family member are in need of assistance then contact my office to speak with a lawyer.

I addressed multiple topics over my recent issues. Issues which I analyzed include:

There are multiple reasons why I chose to write on those particular topics. First, a father should establish paternity in order to establish legal and custodial rights to their child. Second, Nevada law prefers that parents share joint custody of their children. This means that custody is presumed to be shared equally between two parents. Next, it is recommended that fathers establish an order in case a disagreement occurs with the child’s mother. This will provide some protection even when the father is on good terms with their ex-partner. Finally, understanding the custody and out of state relocation processes will help set expectations as you navigate the process.

I am a Las Vegas fathers’ rights lawyer who is experienced in the handling of child custody cases. I will use your initial consultation to learn the facts of your situation and to help you understand what to expect as your situation moves forward. I understand that this is an important time in your life and my office will give your case the attention it deserves. Contact us online or by telephone to schedule an appointment.