October 2012 Archives

Court orders arrest of Scott Storch in child support case

Multiplatinum producer Scott Storch, who has produced hits by 50 Cent and Chris Brown, reportedly owes over $28,000 in child support to the mother his child. A Florida court issued a warrant for his arrest in his child support case after he failed to appear in court for a scheduled hearing. His attorney has indicated that Storch's child support arrears will be cleared within a week. The once highly successful multiplatinum producer has been plagued by drug-related and financial woes in recent times.

Who should get primary child custody: birth mother or egg donor?

In a family law case, the first visual that comes to mind is parents, typically the father and mother, of a child, or children, fighting over child custody and parenting time issues. But, what about child custody issues between a gay or lesbian couple who have developed irreconcilable issues?

Grandparents fight for visitation rights

It is important for the emotional and intellectual growth of children to know, associate and have contact with their grandparents. During and potentially after a divorce, contact with grandparents may be limited or completely cut off. Ever since the 2000 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that struck down a state law which allowed grandparents' visitation if it would be in the best interest of the child, it has been more difficult to argue in favor of it.

Do a father's visitation rights diminish due to a violent crime?

It is not unusual for unmarried parents to deal with similar issues that a divorced couple with children might such as child support, visitation and custody. In Florida, before a man is afforded the rights and responsibilities of being a father, paternity must be established. In essence, he must be recognized as the legal father of the child before he gets his father's rights such as child visitation.

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