Child Custody Law
When parents end their relationship, their primary concern must be maintaining a relationship with their children. Arguments can turn ugly during a child custody dispute when parents disagree on what is in the best interests of their children. Tony Liker has been a practicing child custody lawyer in Las Vegas for over 20 years and has helped clients navigate even the most contentious of disagreements. We provide clients with aggressive legal representation that protects their children’s future. Contact us by phone or email for a free consultation about Child Custody Law.
Attorney Tony Liker makes effective arguments when joint child custody is not an option
Child Custody Law in Nevada defines joint custody as each parent having physical custody of their children for at least 40 percent of the time. The Clark County Family Court will begin each and every case with a presumption that the custody arrangement should be joint. If a parent wishes for the arrangement to be anything other than joint then they must demonstrate to the Court that joint custody is not in the child’s best interests. Factors that the Court will look to in determining what is in a child’s best interests include:
- The nature of the relationship between child and parent
- The ability of a parent to meet the child’s needs
- The physical and mental health of each parent
- The ability of a parent to cooperate with the other
- Whether there is a history of domestic violence in the relationship
The Court will consider things such as witness testimony, school records, and other objective evidence in determining what is in a child’s interests. Child support will be set once custody is determined. If you are involved in a Nevada child custody dispute then you should retain an attorney immediately.
Attorney Tony Liker: over 20 years of experience in Child Custody Law