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www.thespruce.com/how-to-file-for-child-custody-2997139

Oct 13, 2016 ... If you've gone through a divorce or breakup that involves minor children, you need to know how to file for child custody. When a parent decides ...

www.thespruce.com/how-to-file-for-custody-without-a-lawyer-2997660

Dec 31, 2016 ... Worried about representing yourself in court? Many parents wonder how to get custody of a child without a lawyer, either because of the cost of ...

family.findlaw.com/child-custody/child-custody-forms-by-state.html

Below you will find links to forms related to child custody and visitation in your state -- including information on parenting plans and agreements where available.

www.avaloncenter.org/blog/how-file-child-custody-virginia

Verify that you meet the residency laws for Virginia custody cases. The child must have lived in the state for at least six months before you can file a petition for ...

statelaws.findlaw.com/dc-law/your-district-of-columbia-child-custody-case-the-basics.html

You can file for custody in the District of Columbia if your child has been living in D.C. for at least six months before your case is filed, or your child lived in D.C., ...

info.legalzoom.com/file-child-custody-virginia-21919.html

Virginia has a system called concurrent jurisdiction for handling issues of child custody, visitation and support. Two separate courts -- the Circuit Court and the ...

family-law.freeadvice.com/family-law/child_custody/where-to-file-for-custody.htm

Every child custody case begins with filing a petition and paying a filing fee with the local clerk of the court. Before you turn over money for a filing fee, make sure  ...

www.lawhelpnc.org/resource/custody-packet-parent/download/CEEB8B8B-1528-4A8C-97F0-59062E8A02AB.pdf

File it yourself Custody Packet in N orth Carolina Courts” ... custody.” The child does not have to live w ith the parent or person w ho has legal custody.

www.tiogacountypa.us/court_of_common_pleas/court_administration/documents/notesbeforefiling.pdf

MYTH: The father is the parent responsible for supporting the child. REALITY: The law states that both parents have an equal obligation to support their children;.