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What Are Your Custodial Rights?

Child custody laws in Nevada are complex, and it can be difficult to understand your legal rights. What if you are a mother who is facing divorce? What if you are a father who never married your children's mother? What if you are a grandparent and your son or daughter won't let you see your grandchildren?

Unfortunately, there is no single answer to address these and other custody questions. Each case is unique, and the court will take a variety of factors into consideration when making a ruling. Above all, the primary concern will always be what is in the best interest of the children. However, with the right legal representation, you can provide the strongest evidence possible to support your position for custody or visitation.

Experienced Child Custody Lawyers

At Standish Naimi Law Group, we advise a range of individuals on their legal rights to child custody. This includes mothers and fathers who are facing divorce, mothers and fathers who were never married, and grandparents.

Contact Standish Naimi Law Group

If you have questions as to your custody rights, contact our Las Vegas custodial rights attorneys for help at (702) 998-9344. We serve clients in Summerlin, Las Vegas, and throughout Southern Nevada.

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