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Child Custody Archives

What Man Found in Wife's E-mail Led to Child Custody Dispute

Have you ever looked through your spouse's e-mails, Facebook posts or text messages? Certainly, not everyone has engaged in this type of snooping behavior, but there are some who do and wind up discovering truths that shake up their lives and families.

Teen Reunited With Mother in Child Custody Interference Case

As a parent, your custodial rights are a vital part of your relationship with your child. If you have gone through a divorce, paternity action or other case involving child custody, your rights are spelled out in a court order. If anyone interferes with your custodial rights, you are entitled to enforce that order.

Read Spouse's Email at Own Risk; Risk Divorce and Felony Charges?

While this case is not taking place in Texas, it is intriguing enough for any family law site to cover. The issue of the Internet and its effect on marriages as well as its effect on family law decisions plays out in a current Midwest dispute.

Fathers' Rights and Faith: Did Religion Affect Custody Decision?

A recent child custody case involves a father fighting for his rights not only as a parent of three, but as a United States citizen who feels his constitutional rights have been violated. According to a USA Today piece, a judge recently made a ruling in a child custody case that's left the father at the losing end of the decision disappointed in the system.

"Survivor" Father Charged with Murder Loses Parental Rights

The previous post outlined the basic custody agreements regarding the children of the father involved in a Mexican homicide case. Earlier this month, the family agreed that the paternal grandparents would be the two kids' guardians, and the aunts would get to visit with the kids under third-party supervision.

Parents of Murder Suspect Get Guardianship over His Children

Earlier this past summer, the media covered an ugly homicide case that involved a producer of the hit TV program, "Survivor." His wife's dead body was found in a Cancun sewer in April, and speculation began that the husband was responsible for her death. The homicide case is still pending, and in the meantime, the murder suspect is living with his parents - and his two young children.

Mel Defends Himself in Child Custody Case

It is not often these days when actor and director Mel Gibson has a chance to speak for himself. But in a recent hearing over the custody of his and Oksana Grigorieva's daughter, Gibson had the opportunity to defend his actions that have had the entire country in a frenzy.

Illegal Immigrant Unknowingly Loses Child Custody While in Jail

Losing one's parental rights to his or her child is a drastic situation that has a significant effect on a parent's and child's life. Imagine not knowing that your parental rights were even in danger and then finding out that you lost child custody and your child has a new home with adoptive parents.

Did Bribery Help Texas Family in Child Custody Case?

For the sake of privacy, no names of the parties involved in the case we are about to discuss will be shared. It is a sensitive case that not only affects two Texas children, but also the career of an area judge. According to the Dallas Morning News, a couple, a campaign consultant and a Texas family law judge are all accused of working together for mutual benefits.

Sheen to Be Single: En Route to Third Divorce

While the looming singlehood of notorious actor Charlie Sheen might not excite too many women out there who follow celebrity news, the fact that Sheen filed for divorce this week sure has the media interested. It has been a chaotic year for Sheen and his third wife, Brook Mueller. And it looks like the crazy year will have been the last of their short marriage.


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