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Visitation Attorney

If a Utah court ordered supervised visitation, you may be wondering what to expect from having to communicate and interact with your child under the supervision of another person. Luckily, our Salt Lake City child visitation attorney Emy A. Cordano was around to answer that question and help you get a better understanding of how…

Socially, when a child is born, the mother is the mother and the biological father is the father. It is really easy. Legally, it gets complicated. When a child is born the mother gets all the rights to the child if she is unwed. If she is unwed then the biological father does not get…

In healthy families, grandparents play a pivotal role in their grandchildren’s upbringing. In some cases, grandparents love the grandchildren more than their own parents or are more fit to care for and look after the kids than their parents. But in many cases, parents bar their own parents (and the children’s grandparents) from seeing the…

Some mothers who become single parents through a divorce may wish to know their legal rights regarding child custody, child support, and other family law areas. Having a clear understanding of your rights as a single mother is vital to the outcome of your family law case. The most important aspect to consider is the…

As the holidays approach, you may want to spend more time with your kids. It is possible to create a custody and visitation schedule on your own or with the help of a Salt Lake City child visitation attorney. The holiday schedule will become part of your visitation arrangement. You and your former spouse must…

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